After Tekashi 69 was arrested and taken into custody, The Shade Room came to shed some more light on the case. Now, even more details are surfacing and they don’t sound too good fo the young rapper.
Page Six just reported that Tekashi ‘has spent years as a member of the violent street crew “Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods” — which has been accused of murders, robberies and other mayhem in and around Brooklyn, according to the feds in Manhattan.’
There’s one alleged incident from back in July 2018 which involves a shooting in Bed-Stuy at Fulton Street and Utica Avenue which left someone shot.
Another incident included the assault of a man in the shadow of the Barclays Center and shots being fired in the air.
Page Six continues and writes that ‘The gangbangers also distributed drugs — including heroin, fentanyl, furanyl fentanyl, MDMA, dibutylone and marijuana — in and around Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx, according to prosecutors.’
Tekashi and the other defendants ‘participated in the operation and management of the Enterprise and participated in unlawful and other activity in furtherance of the conduct of the Enterprise’s affairs,” the indictment says, as reported by Page Six.
‘Members and associates of Nine Trey committed, conspired, attempted, and threatened to commit acts of violence, including acts involving murder, robbery, and extortion against rival gang members and other individuals adverse to the Enterprise.’
It was alleged that Tekashi is a member of a sect of the infamous Bloods street gang which he can be heard also mentioning during his songs and interviews as well.
Page Six reports: ‘Tekashi is a member of a violent sect of the Bloods,’ said Assistant US Attorney Michael Longyear. ‘This defendant participated in multiple acts of violence.’
But the unexpected happened, and Tekashi almost became a victim himself this weekend after what he had to say during the Breakfast Club.
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Longyear said that they wanted to perform an extremely violent act, including shooting him.
Now Tekashi is facing a minimum of 32 years in prison if he gets convicted.