Tekashi 6ix9ine Testifies Against Gang Members


Tekashi69 has completed his first day on the stand in federal court.

Tekashi69 was clearly uncomfortable about testifying against his former fellow gang members of the Nine Trey Bloods. Altogether, he spent nearly 2 hours on the stand, wearing blue prison scrubs, a white undershirt and still rocking his rainbow colored hair, styled in pigtails.

In a courtroom potentially filled with current or former Nine Trey members, he testified he became a member in November 2018, and participated in violent crimes, including shootings, assaults and drug trafficking. At one point, 6ix9ine even ID’d the 2 men who are on trial. He nervously pointed at the defendants, Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack and Anthony “Harv” Ellison, and ID’d them as Nine Trey Gang Members.

Tekashi testified extensively about his hit song, “Gummo,” and how the August 2017 music video shoot introduced him to many of the Nine Trey members. For instance, he says he first met Seqo Billy and told him he wanted to do a music video with authentic gang members. Tekashi says on the day of the shoot, he bought 3 dozen red bandannas for them to wear on camera.

He also ID’d Trippie Redd as a gang member, but from a rival Bloods sect. Tekashi testified he never had to go through an initiation to the gang, or personally shoot anyone. The gang simply wanted him to keep making hits in order to bankroll its activities.

The testifying, which 6ix9ine agreed to do when he took a plea deal back in Novembed 2018, will provide key testimony for the prosecutors’ case. Tekashi was looking at minimum of 47 years in prison after being busted by the feds on racketeering charges, but he cut a deal in return for his full cooperation.

The feds fear for Tekashi’s safety, and he’s being held behind bars in a facility filled with other informants. U.S. Marshals took Tekashi through a secure tunnel to the courthouse, and he’s under heavy guard.