Tekashi 6ix9ine Pleads Not Guilty in Racketeering, Guns Case
Tekashi 6ix9ine Pleads Not Guilty in Racketeering, Guns Case
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6ix9ine Allegedly Snitches on Associate Who Tried to Shoot Chief Keef

Did 6ix9ine drop a 6ime?

Three Tekashi6ix9ine associates were hit with federal indictments, according to TMZ.

The associates are Kintea McKenzie aka rapper Kooda B Anthony Ellison, and Denard Butler. According to TMZ, Kooda B is facing charges centered around the attempted shooting of Chicago rapper Chief Keef. (In June last year, Keef was shot at while he was in Times Square.)

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According to TMZ, Tekashi is the person to drop Kooda's name to investigators. Kooda was allegedly paid $10,000 to shoot Keef. According to TMZ, Kooda has not yet been arrested. Ellison is in custody for allegedly kidnapping 6ix9ine (friends, huh?) and Butler was taken in by the ATF on Wednesday (January 30th.) Last month, TMZ got their hands on a video where it seems like 6ix9ine is ordering a hit on Keef, after getting into an argument with Keef's cousin, rapper Tadoe

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Keef and 6ix9ine had been beefing for months at that point. Their beef reached a comedic zenith when 6ix9ine traveled to Chicago (with a bunch of security) looking for Keef.

6ix9ine is currently in federal jail on racketeering charges. His trial is set to start in the fall.