Tekashi 69's Inner Circle Reportedly Conspired To Murder Him - Relevant Phone Calls Were Presented As Part Of The Case
Tekashi 69's arrest might have been the best thing that happened to the young rapper if you consider that he could have gotten killed while ion the streets. It seems that members of his team have been conspiring to 'violate' him.
Tekashi is currently in prison for his involvement with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods and the racketeering case.
He's been all over the news for the past few weeks, and his album was leaked during the weekend, and then it was also released officially.
On November 27, it was announced that the official launch would also take place even after the album got leaked online over the past weekend.
His lawyer said that the young rapper is not at all a gangster, but he's just pretending to lead such a lifestyle in order to promote and sell his music.
He's now facing life in prison, and after the latest reports surfaced, we understand that even if he makes it without spending time in jail, he will need to be protected at all times because certain people want him dead.
TMZ just reported that the conversations between Tekashi's former manager Shotti and Mel Murda had been presented in court as part of the case and they revealed that the rapper's life was utterly in danger after he fired his crew.
Ho New Hip Hop writes that the 'phone conversation is pretty extreme, involving mentions of "feeding" the rapper, which prosecutors believe means unloading bullets. Mel Murda spoke on the phone with Shotti, telling him, "[Tekashi] is trying to dry snitch at the same time, homie. But he keeps saying, f*** Treyway, f*** that n****, Treyway. Ain't no n****, Treyway. F*** Treyway." Shotti responded by laughing and sending a threat: "Imma feed him though."'
This conversation reportedly included terms as Tekashi being 'violated' after he tried to separate himself from the gang.
An unknown affiliate said, 'That's cool. Now he gotta get violated.' Mel Murda responded, 'Yeah, super violated. Super duper. Ain't no much he could really do unless he runs around with 100 armed securities all day.'
The complete conversation can be read on TMZ's website, and it's more than incriminating.