Shotti and the crew may be serving lengthy sentences behind bars, but they posted a picture of the Treyway crew posted up in prison with a message -- "we don't bend or fold."
"T'S STILL TR3YWAY... WE STILL BACK TO BACK... IT'S STILL NINE SHOTS..." THIS IS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE WHEN YOU'RE COMFORTABLE IN YOUR OWN SKIN"... BE HOME SOONER THAN YOU THINK. WE DON'T BREAK WE DON'T BEND WE DON'T FOLD #myfamilybetterthanyours #tr3yworldorder #TR3YWAY #freeallmyREALRIGHTS," the post read.
After DJ Akademiks shared the post to his Instagram page, rapper Tekashi hopped in the comments section with a message of his own:
"I said what I said," he wrote.
The remarks are obviously in reference to Tekashi snitching on his co-defendants to receive a much lighter sentence. In exchange, Tekashi received just 24 months while Shotti, his former manager, received 15 years in prison.
Tekashi, who has been on house arrest since his release last month, has been moved twice after his location was revealed two separate times by overzealous fans.