AceShowbiz - Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine testified on the second day of trial against Nine Trey Blood Gang members, Anthony "Harv" Ellison and Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack, on Wednesday, September 18. The rapper shared many details of the crimes that they were allegedly involved, including the one that took place at Barclays Center in New York back in April 2018.
The 23-year-old star said the incident began as he and his crew arrived to walk boxer Adrien Boner into the ring. While they were in the lower level tunnels at the Brooklyn arena, they were suddenly confronted by "over 25" members of rapper Casanova's crew who immediately began shoving them. According to 6ix9ine, his then-manager Kifano "Shotti" Jordan then instructed another member of their crew to open fire to scatter the crowd. The said member did as instructed, but no one was hit.
Meanwhile, back in April 2018, Shotti allegedly fired shots after 6ix9ine was harassed by two men at a restaurant in NYC. The former manager shot their vehicle after they got into it, but he missed, according to 6ix9ine.
6ix9ine also confirmed that he ordered a shooting targeting Chief Keef outside a Times Square hotel in June 2018. He promised the hitman $20,000 in exchange of carrying out the assassination, but the amount was reduced to $10,000 because the hitman only fired one shot and missed his mark.
During the trial, 6ix9ine briefly choked up as he shared the terrifying details of his July 2018 kidnapping at the hands of Nine Trey Bloods. He recalled Harv and an associate named Sha tailed 6ix9ine, crashed into his car and then proceeded to force him into their vehicle at gunpoint.
The "FeFe" hitmaker recounted how he begged to his kidnappers to spare his life, which they eventually agreed in exchange for his jewelry which he saved in his daughter's Pampers bag. The jewelry which he handed over to his kidnappers included a red presidential Rolex, Cuban Links bracelet, four diamond rings, a spinning 69 diamond chain, a chain of the Jigsaw character from the movie "Saw" and a $95,000 My Little Pony necklace.
6ix9ine said he wasn't let out of the car when they retrieved his jewelry from his home on Kingston Ave. in Bedford-Stuyvesant. They then drove a few more blocks before letting him go. 6ix9ine then ran and jumped into the backseat of a stranger's car. The driver initially told him to get out, but he pleaded with the driver to take him away.
The driver complied, but they ended up behind Harv's stolen car. Harv, however, didn't notice 6ix9ine hiding in the car and drove away. The driver then dropped 6ix9ine off at a nearby police precinct, so the rapper claimed.