Tekashi 69's Ex-Manager Shotti Was Sentenced To 15 Years In Jail
New info regarding the case of Tekashi 69 has been just released. The Shade Room has all the details regarding what happened to the rapper's ex-manager Kifano Shotti Jordan.
TSR has just revealed that the very first sentence in Tekashi 69’s racketeering case has been issued.
'His ex-manager, Kifano 'Shotti' Jordan, was sentenced to 15 years in prison today. Shotti learned his fate Friday afternoon when he appeared in front of Judge Engelmayer in a Manhattan courtroom, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office in the southern district of New York,' TSR writes.
The rapper's ex-manager has pleaded guilty to firearm offenses which were related 'to a robbery and a non-fatal shooting carried out as part of his participation in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, the office said.'
Shotti is only the first one of more members in the gang who has been sentenced before Tekashi's trial.
You may recall that Tekashi and Shotti were arrested by the feds on racketeering charges back in November 2018.
A lot of people are now saying that the fact that Shotti has been sentenced means that the rapper will also do more time.
Someone said: 'ok what about tekashi tho... internet not funny anymore without him running for no reason.'
A follower posted: 'Damn 😏why he just couldn't get rich and leave the streets alone.'
Someone else wrote: '6ix9ine got a million dollars waiting on him when he get home 😂 🤷🏽♂️ Who tf wouldn’t snitch.'
One other commenter posted this: 'I cant wait to see what tekashi gets hit with after all that yappin.'
A follower said that 'I still feel like Tekashi been out, got laser tattoo removal & is living his best life in witness protection.'
The rapper is prosecuted for various crimes, and among them, there's this one allegation that he has hired a hitman to take the life of one of his rival rappers, Chief Keef.