6ix9ine has described how he discovered a formula for success with gangsters before betraying it by becoming a prosecution witness. On Tuesday, Tekashi 6ix9ine testified against two alleged members of a Brooklyn street gang.
The rapper’s role in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods was to “just keep making hits and provide financial support. The 23-year-old rapper said that he got his career and street credibility in response. It was a dramatic turnabout for a performer went out of his way to portray himself as a legitimate gang member. He genuinely hasn’t held back from testifying against the gang and laying out the gang’s organizational structure. However, it might cost him his life, his career, and his family.
Family in grave danger
For ‘snitching’ to law enforcement, The Bloods have a notorious reputation for violence. Sometimes, if they cannot hurt the informant, they will turn their attention to his/her family. Recently, Tekashi 6ix9ine has hired security detail for his family fearing the worst that could happen.
There are chances that his family will be harassed, or followed back to their homes or even outright attacked by them. As a result, his family’s security and safety is the Brooklyn Rapper’s top priority at the moment. He has put his family in a treacherous situation.
Murdered upon release
Due to a guilty plea deal that incriminates others, Tekashi may be freed in under a year. The Wipe Me Down hitmaker has predicted the rapper will die in less than a month of release. He also said that his kids will be bullied for the decision he made. Everyone has been saying that he hasn’t cared about his safety. He also hasn’t given a second thought to the well-being of his family.
Tekashi revealed the man who pulled the trigger in a shooting targeting Chief Keef is revealed as ‘Kooda B’ McKenzie. Moreover, now the prosecutors have hard evidence of McKenzie traveling to and from the shooting. Moreover, there is footage of McKenzie close to the crime scene, amongst other evidence. Tekashi has been publically reprimanded by Boosie Badazz, 50 Cent, and Meek Mill, as well as numerous others.