Federal Reviewing Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Involvement In Chief Keef Shooting Case
Federal prosecutors are reportedly considering Tekashi 6ix9ine’s involvement in the Chief Keef shooting case. According to TMZ, law enforcement believes the incarcerated rapper implicated himself on tape back in May.
Prosecutors are currently looking at the evidence to determine if they can add on any additional charges. In June, several pictures rang out near to the W Hotel in New York City where Keef was staying. Police are looking into 6ix9ine’s connection to the incident as well as an alleged hit he put out on Keef’s cousin, Tadoe.
Feds are specifically looking at a videotaped conversation where 6ix9ine appears to give a “30 pack” to look after Tadoe.
6ix9ine is already facing a slew of charges in the racketeering case. He was arrested last month along with his former manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan and several other members of his entourage.
The controversial rap figure is currently being held at a New York facility without bail. His trial is expected to commence on September 4, 2019. If found guilty, the 22-year-old faces up to life in jail.