Tekashi 6ix9ine Testifies That He Ordered Gang Members To Beat Up Fellow Rapper Trippie Redd

Tekashi 6ix9ine Testifies That He Ordered Gang Members To Beat Up Fellow Rapper Trippie Redd
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According to a report from TMZ.com, Tekashi 6ix9ine admitted to more deleterious case details this past week. Yesterday, it was reported that 6ix9ine, or Daniel Hernandez, 22, had admitted to using the New York Gang, Nine Trey Bloods, for "street cred," in exchange for financial support.

The rapper claims he began speaking with the federal agents shortly after they apprehended him. Now, reports surfacing in the media - first acquired by TMZ - claim that Hernandez admitted to delivering a beat-down on his fellow rapper, Trippie Redd.

During his second day of testimony, Tekashi 6ix9ine reportedly sat on the stand and discussed his feud with Trippie Red, whom he claims was a member of a different set of Bloods.

Hernandez claimed he and Trippipe were both on the same label, and even collaborated on a track together, however, bitter jealousy and rivalry turned into online beef and then physical violence.

Tekashi apparently told his manager, Shotti, that he wanted something to happen to Trippie Redd, so he got the gang to get in on the action. The gang attacked him while he was at his hotel while Tekashi was inside the vehicle.

According to Mr. Hernandez, Anthony "Harv" Ellison punched Trippie in the face, and from there on, Harv became his personal bodyguard. Moreover, Tekashi 6ix9ine claims he was paying a lot of money to the gang, close to 50%.

The rapper said that if he earned $250,000, Hernandez would receive $185,000 and the gang would take the rest. Furthermore, Daniel identified other members of the affiliation, including Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack, "Harv," as well as his ex-manager, Shotti.

Hernandez also admitted that Seqo, Billy Ado, and "Mel Murda" were members of the organized crime group as well. Hernandez also spilled the beans on how Ado stabbed a security guard while at the party thrown by A$AP Rocky's manager.

Furthermore, Hernandez also spoke about the infamous fight at the Los Angeles Airport.

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