The world was screaming ‘TreyWay’ just last year, behind the voice of rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine. Then everyone found out, the 9Tre Blood Gang Billie was actually as counterfeit as a credit card with two logos. Now the guy who was responsible for taking 69 the rat global, is getting locked up for helping back up the clown’s talk. It’s official, Kifano Jordan aka Shotti sentenced to 15 years of prison in New York.
Shotti Sentenced To 15 Years Prison
According to Complex, Jordan’s new persona is far different from the gangster who told the judicial courts “this treyway, we don’t break or fold.” He’s now crying in court after realizing how much time he will miss from his children’s lives.
After he was able to gain control of his emotional outpour, the former 6ix9ine promoter said this.
“There has been a lot of violence I committed. I take full responsibility. I guarantee you won’t ever see me in court again. I apologize to the victims of my crimes. I apologize to their families.”
Shotti Robbed 6ix9ine’s Former Friend, Scumlord D!zzy
Kiffano has numerous run-ins with various law enforcement departments. This latest however was possibly the most serious, due to the high profile nature. Shotti ws charged by the Feds carrying and using a firearm inside 50 Cent’s G-Unit offices, while Fif’ was not there. Shotti allegedly helped rob another New York rapper named Scumlord D!zzy for his jewelry. That rap artist reported it to the police and opened a case.
Shotti also robbed Rap-A-Lot affiliated rapper, Junya Boy, and his publicist after getting his hands dirty on D!zzy. It was something like a free-for-all moment.
Shotti was allegedly holding the gun while other TreyWay Gang members ran the entertainers for their jewelry. Building cameras caught the entire incident. Tekashi 6ix9ine was filming the event from a nearby car. He had a rap beef with Scumlord D!zzy, who was once a close affiliate of Tekashi. They were both part of the SCUM Gang.
Shotti Shot at People Who Talked Trash to Tekashi
This was the first charge. Another one was stacked on top of it for an incident that took place on April 21st in a Brooklyn restaurant. This time Shotti simply confronted a few individuals who shouted disrespectful comments at Tekashi 69, real name Daniel Hernandez. After responding to the men, they drove off and the people talking ‘trash’ decided to follow in a car. And because of this, Shotti lost his cool and fired 2 shots at the car. The men left them alone. However, this was too caught on film and is still illegal.
For the robbery Shotti got 5 years, the legal minimum. For shooting at the men in the car in Brooklyn, he presumably got the other 10 years. After this however, there will also be 5 years supervised release or probation.
With these numbers trickling down the line, getting bigger, the outcome for Tekashi 6ix9ine has many watching. Some estimate the rapper should get 8 years minimum, while others say he may walk away scotch free.
Kifano Jordan was 37 years old at the time of his incarceration for these charges. He will be 50 or 51 years old upon release if he serves a full fifteen years.
Who helped stage the 6ix9ine kidnapping and robbery from Shotti’s gang is yet to be revealed.