AceShowbiz - Details of Tekashi 69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine's plans to retaliate after he was kidnapped and robbed in 2018 have been revealed in new court documents. Obtained by XXL, the documents state that the rapper, who is only identified only as "CW-2" for "cooperating witness", will be testifying in court about the July 22, 2018 robbery of a Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods member.
Tekashi is known to have been a member of the said gang and the date happened to be the same time he was robbed and kidnapped after a video shoot last summer. He will be testifying against his alleged kidnapper Anthony "Harv" Ellison and alleged drug dealer Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack in the case.
According to the documents, Tekashi's then-manager Kifano "Shotti" Jordan suggested that he should retaliate for the robbery and kidnapping. "During that recorded conversation, which happened on or about July 26, 2018, Jordan told CW-2, in sum and substance, by allowing himself to get robbed by Ellison, CW-2 made them look weak and that CW-2 had put Jordan in the position of having to murder in retaliation for the robbery of CW-2," reads one part of the document. "Moreover, CW-2 will testify about a conversation that CW-2 had with Jordan after the July 22, 2018 robbery, in which CW-2 told Jordan that CW-2 would pay $50,000 to any who murdered Ellison."
The documents also state that CW-2 will testify about conversations he had with Jordan and co-defendant Jamel "Mel Murda" Jones after the robbery, including "a conversation that took place as Jordan and Jones brought an assault rifle to CW-2's house for protection after the robbery."
Dawn Dearden, spokesperson for the U. S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District, refused to confirm the details of the court documents. He told Complex, "Most of the time we sort of lead you right to the answer, but I just officially can't confirm it for you."
Eleven people have been charged in Tekashi's federal racketeering case. All but two people have pleaded guilty. The only two people who have not entered a guilty plea are Ellison and Mack. The trial on Tekashi's federal racketeering case is scheduled to begin on September 9.