AceShowbiz - Another evidence laying out Kifano "Shotti" Jordan's crimes has been revealed at the trial of Nine Trey Blood Gang members Anthony "Harv" Ellison and Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack. Inner City Press reporter Matthew Russell Lee reported that a new audio recording of conversation between Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine and his former manager Shotti was played in the courtroom in Manhattan's Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse on Thursday, September 26.
"Now US Attorney is playing audio that driver Jorge Rivera, cooperating with government after picked up on immigration charges, recorded of Shotti telling #6ix9ine, we got to kill somebody, I drive around with a semi-automatic rifle," Matthew tweeted as he gave a live report on the trial.
In the wiretapped conversation, Shotti allegedly bragged about shooting five people in one night for high-ranking Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods member Jamel "Mel Murda" Jones. Matthew posted, "In the recording (by Jorge Rivera), Shotti says he shot five people in one night for Mel Murda. Shotti: 'I earned my stripes.' "
In a previously leaked audio recording, Shotti was heard saying that he planned to kill 6ix9ine. In the clip, Shotti and Mel Murda expressed their displease at the "Gummo" rapper for his alleged snitching before Shotti said with a laugh, "I'ma feed him though." According to court documents, U.S. prosecutors believe "feed" is the term that is used to say to shoot someone.
6ix9ine was arrested on racketeering charges in November 2018. He pled guilty to nine charges and faced a minimum of 47 years in prison, but he cut a deal in return for his full cooperation. Recent reports said the 23-year-old star has turned down an offer to enter the United States Federal Witness Protection Program as he plans to start up his musical career again once freed.
Meanwhile, Snoop Dogg has once again mocked 6ix9ine for snitching with a "Lilo & Stitch" parody. The rapper shared an edited artwork of the Disney movie, replacing the character Stitch with 6ix9ine's face and changing the title into "Lilo & Snitch".