Tekashi 69's Kidnapper Is Sentenced To 24 Years In Prison

Tekashi 69's Kidnapper Is Sentenced To 24 Years In Prison
Credit: New York Times

It seems that there is a new development in the ongoing legal saga that's involving Tekashi 69 . The Shade Room just revealed that one of the men who are responsible for previously kidnapping the young rapper had been sentenced to almost 25 years in prison.

Check out the complete available details coming from TSR. Quoting data from TMZ, TSR reveals that 'Anthony “Harv” Ellison, who was one of the Nine Trey gang members who helped orchestrate the kidnapping of Tekashi 69, was recently sentenced in a federal court in New York City. The judge in the case sentenced him to 24 years in prison for racketeering, kidnapping, and assault charges for which he was convicted of back in October 2019.'

TSR continued and noted that 'However, that’s not the only legal drama Ellison is involved in. In addition to his prison sentence, he also received five years of supervised release.'

They also highlighted that this sentencing comes over a year after his case initially went to trial- this is the same case where Tekashi infamously snitched on him.

Someone said: 'I will do a song with J Cole, remember this comment when it happens :)'

A commenter posted this message: 'Bet y'all about to call him a snitch for this one too,' and one other follower said: 'Tekashi been rubbing his hands like birdman ever since he got outta prison.'

A follower said: 'I deadass forgot all about 6ix9ine 😂 too busy preparing for Civil War: The Sequel,' and someone else posted this: 'how tf do you kidnap a grown man.'

Someone else said: 'Had no rights kidnapping ppl anyways .... he probably do it on the daily .... he’s where he needs to b 👀' and one other follower posted this: 'All that are snitching just to get out try to make it cool FLOP TREMENDOUSLY then disappear...Smh.'


The young rapper made headlines not too long ago when Tekashi 69  fans freaked out when they learned that their idol had been hospitalized.

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