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Tekashi 69 Still Snitching On His Crew!!!

Tekashi 69 Still Snitching On His Crew!!!

Tekashi 69 still snitching on his crew. Tekashi’s trial is coming up soon. And, Tekashi is not done talking. Allegedly,Tekashi was kidnapped and robbed in 2018 and now he may have to testify against his accusers. Does that make him more of snitch? Or does Tekashi have a right to get justice for being kidnapped?

What happens next for Tekashi?

Tekashi’s trial is fast upon us.  Tekashi may have to testify in the kidnapping case of Anthony “Harv” Ellison and drug dealer Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack. In the 41 – page filing, “U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman talked about what Tekashi will be saying if he appears on the witness stand.” Allegedly, Tekashi told his then manager “Kifano ” Shotti” Jordan that he “would pay $50,000 to anyone who murdered Ellison, according to Complex.” The allegedly shooting and kidnapping occurred during a robbery in 2018. Will Tekashi resume his rap career if he gets off? Will there be any retaliation against Tekashi, especially since he has been labeled a snitch?

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