Tekashi 6ix9ine Details Alleged Shootings Involving Casanova & Ex-Manager Shotti

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New York, NY – Day three of the Tekashi 6ix9ine trial went down on Wednesday (September 18). Once again, the polarizing rapper took the stand in the government’s case against alleged Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods members Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack.

During his testimony, 6ix9ine was asked about two 2018 shootings, including the incident at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn and the brawl at a New York City restaurant. 

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According to Inner City Press, 6ix9ine explained he was harassed by two men at the restaurant. Ex-manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan stepped in and pistol-whipped the men as they got into their vehicle. He said Jordan then fired several shots at the vehicle as the men drove away — but he missed.

In the Barclays Center incident, 6ix9ine said he and his entourage were at the venue to watch the Adrien Broner fight.

6ix9ine said he and his entourage ran into several members of Casanova’s crew inside a tunnel under the arena and a brawl quickly erupted.

“We’re in a tunnel,” he said. “The doors open and 30 of Casanova’s people come rushing at us, 6 or 7 of us. They were trying to get to me but I made my way to the back.”

6ix9ine said that’s when Jordan told a fellow Nine Trey gang member to open fire.

Elsewhere in his testimony, 6ix9ine explained where his relationship with Nine Trey went south. He said it started in March 2018 when he’d booked a show in Austin, but didn’t “check in” with Rap-A-Lot Records’ personnel who consider Texas their “turf.”

Under oath, 6ix9ine said the Rap-A-Lot head honchos refused to let him enter his gig. Consequently, he couldn’t perform and lost somewhere between $10,000 and $15,000. He claims the lost money caused “tension” between Jordan and Ellison, his bodyguard at the time.

He said Ellison called Jordan a “pussy” for not standing up to Rap-A-Lot. Ellison was soon fired.

The following month (April 2018), J. Prince was in New York City and 6ix9ine said the Nine Trey gang members planned to get revenge. 6ix9ine said Jordan and his affiliates ultimately decided to pull an armed robbery on the Rap-A-Lot reps while he waited in the car.

6ix9ine and Jordan were arrested last November on racketeering charges. Jordan received 15 years in prison for his crimes earlier this month, while 6ix9ine is currently the government’s star witness in the case.

The trial is expected to go on for roughly two weeks.

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Source: Hip Hop DX