Tekashi 6ix9ine maybe just had to be thrown a gold lifejacket from the same guys who had planned to kill him after two of his leading members of the entourage have validated that the rapper has never been really in the gang.
Federal prosecutors have filed documents in the case of Mel Murda, who was arrested with Tekashi and other alleged members of Nine Trey Gangsta Blood.
According to the documents, Murda was allegedly tapped by officials in talks with Murda and Kifano Jordan, AKA Shotti. Murda asked Shotti for comments from Tekashi during an interview with "The Breakfust Club", when he claimed to have sacked his entire team.
Murda said Tekashi embarrassed Shotti, but assured the team that "I feed him," which officials say was a reference to turning the hip-hop star.
He points out that Tekashi is an enemy of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, saying, "Just tell him that he's not a gang member, any more. He threw the whip.
The alleged culprit then dropped the shot, claiming that Tekashi "has never been a member of a gang".
Murda's revelation that the rapper "Dummy Boy" has never been a member of a gang can confirm the rapper's own statements, claiming that the violent act was precisely … an act.
During another telephone conversation, Murda and another alleged member of the band were discussing a shootout that took place in Brooklyn on August 14, near a video set where 50 Cent and Tekashi were filming.
During the call, it was mentioned that the "buddy" "had returned the clip when shooting," referring to the shoot. The police have never been able to locate a person responsible for spraying bullets near the shoot.
As we reported, Tekashi is currently being held in an undisclosed facility after his lawyer said that death threats had been made. After reading the wiretap conversations between his former confidants, it is probably for the better that he is kept under enhanced protection.