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Tekashi 6ix9ine's trial begins this month, but according to reports, prosecutors want to put his former manager, Shotti, behind bars for 15 years.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, prosecutors are laying out their case before Shotti's (real name Kifano Jordan) sentencing, which is scheduled for Sept, 6.

6ix9ine turned state witness against his crew when he was arrested on RICO charges. In exchange, Tekashi could walk as soon as January.

According to the documents, "The defendant, along with other members of Nine Trey, including Daniel Hernandez, a/k/a "Tekashi 6ix 9ine" and Anthony Ellison, a/k/a "Harv," followed a rival rap artist, who was a member of a different Bloods set ("Individual-1"), from Brooklyn to a hotel in Manhattan. After they arrived in Manhattan, the defendant and Ellison ran into the hotel lobby, confronted Individual-1 and his entourage, and Ellison punched Individual-1 in the face."

Much of the hip hop community has already disavowed Tekashi over his snitching.