Tekashi 6ix9ine is snitching to police - and as a result of his telling - three of his homies just got hit with federal indictments. TMZ is reporting that Tekashi snitched on at least one of the men - with regard to the Chief Keef shooting in New York City last year.
The man that Takashi definitely snitched on - according to TMZ - is his best friend Kooda B (real name Kintea McKenzie). Kooda is best known for dancing in Tekashi's videos. The two were best friends.
After Tekashi's alleged snitching - three men - Kintea McKenzie, Anthony Ellison and Demard Butler were all federally indicted for various charges - all of them connected to Tekashi.
Here's how TMZ is reporting it:
More specifically, we're told McKenzie (aka Kooda B) was indicted right after Tekashi spoke with investigators and pinned him as the trigger man at the Keef shooting last June in Times Square.
McKenzie was allegedly paid $10k to shoot Chief Keef ... according to our law enforcement sources.
According to TMZ, Kooda has not yet been arrested. Ellison is in custody for allegedly kidnapping 6ix9ine (friends, huh?) and Butler was taken in by the ATF on Wednesday (January 30th.) Last month, TMZ got their hands on a video where it seems like 6ix9ine is ordering a hit on Keef, after getting into an argument with Keef’s cousin, rapper Tadoe.
6ix9ine is currently in federal jail on racketeering charges. His trial is set to start in the fall.