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Tekashi 6ix9ine admits ordering murder of Chief Keef

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Former rising rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has summarily sealed the coffin shut on his career as he continues to snitch on fellow Blood gang members in court, according to and The Blast. 

The latest revelation is part of the complete implosion of Tekashi’s life and revenue-generating ventures. Tekashi, aka Daniel Hernandez, 23, admitted to the court that he ordered the murder of Chicago-based rapper Chief Keef.

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From his own mouth, states, Tekashi offered $20,000 for the Chief Keef hit. But when Tekashi tried to go cheap and reduce the price to $10,000 the job got bungled.

As was reported ad nauseam, Chief Keef, 24, barely escaped gunfire when he and his crew returned to the W Hotel in Midtown Manhattan from an event in June 2018. Tekashi was almost immediately suspected as a culprit in the shooting, but authorities could not prove it concretely. Until now.

Tekashi’s testimony on Wednesday, Sept. 18, also included the time he was kidnapped, robbed and beaten by the Nine Trey gang in his own home. He said Antony “Harv” Ellison was going to kill him lest he surrender his jewelry. He added that his girlfriend went upstairs to retrieve the cache of diamonds.

Social media has been on overdrive trouncing Tekashi for turning dime on his lawless associates immediately after he was arrested by the feds. Rap star Meek Mill commentated on Tekashi’s sad nosedive from prominence while imploring up-and-coming stars to avoid making the same mistakes.

Many other hip hop heads joined in the Tekashi pummeling:


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