After 6ix9ine struck a deal with the U.S. government in his racketeering case last month (January 23rd), the imprisoned rapper’s entire guilty plea was made public in recent days, exposing a wide variety of violent and illegal incidents.
The 22-year-old says he got involved with the Nine Trey Bloods around fall of 2017, which aligns with the time his rapping career began to bubble up behind his breakout hit “Gummo.” As part of the agreement, 6ix9ine plead guilty to his involvement with using a weapon in the attempted murder of an individual on March 20th, 2018, according to the documents.
Shortly after that, the group participated in a robbery of rival gang members at gun point. The highlighted situation, which allegedly took place on April 3rd, 2018, transpired in the vicinity of Manhattan’s West Side. Another incident laid out in the court records finds Tekashi pleading guilty once again to a June 2nd shooting, where he allegedly paid a fellow gang member $10,000 to kill someone. On top of all those problems, the Bushwick native admitted to having “possessed with intention to distribute” one kilogram of drugs “with a detectable amount of heroin.”
Even though he faced a minimum of 47 years based on his original guilty plea, the “Billy” rapper may receive a much lighter sentence if he continues to cooperate with authorities – that is if he doesn’t get killed for snitching on so many people.