Video Emerges Of Tekashi 6ix9ine Row With Chief Keef's Cousin
US rapper 6ix9ine, real name Daniel Hernandez, was caught rowing on camera, in the latest scandal following recent news that he has been charged with racketeering and using or carrying a firearm at Manhattan Federal Court. He could now face 32 years behind bars.
In the new footage, published by TMZ, 22-year-old 6ix9ine is arguing with Chief Keef's cousin, Tadoe on FaceTime.
According to The Sun, the clip was allegedly filmed in May.
When Tekashi hangs up the phone he can be heard bragging: "Yo, I gotta thirty pack on him right now. Swear to God I gotta thirty pack. Thirty thou cash."
At the beginning of the week, the rapper was accused of 'wreaking havoc' on New York City alongside five others, believed to be involved with the Nine Trey Gangsters.
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Among those charged were Faheem Walter (aka Crippy), Jamel Jones (aka Mel Murda), Jensel Butler (aka Ish) and Fuguan Lovick (aka Fu Banga). As well as Tekashi's ex-manager Kifano Jordan (aka Shotti).
In a statement from the United States Department of Justice, Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman explained the impact that Tekashi and other gang members had made on the city.
He said: "As alleged in the indictment, this gang, which included platinum-selling rap artist Tekashi 6ix9ine, wreaked havoc on New York City, engaging in brazen acts of violence.
"Showing reckless indifference to others' safety, members of the gang were allegedly involved in robberies and shootings, including a shooting inside the crowded Barclays Center, and a shooting in which an innocent bystander was hit.
"Thanks to the extraordinary work of HSI (Homeland Security Investigations), ATF (the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives) and the NYPD, the defendants will now face justice in federal court."
Nine Trey is said to be a criminal enterprise involved in committing numerous acts of violence, including shootings, robberies, and assaults in and around Manhattan and Brooklyn.
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