The former director of Tekashi 6ix9ine Kifano “Shotti Jordan was sentenced to 15 years in prison after denouncing the possession of weapons during a crime and the discharge of weapons during a crime, as confirmed by the Southern District of New York in Pitchfork. The first incident, which occurred on April 3, saw Jordan, 6ix9ine and other staff steal from a rival gang member and a rapper while Jordan was beating with a gun. The second incident occurred in the afternoon of April 21, when a person approached Jordan, Hernandez and other employees at a restaurant and shouted a derogatory remark at them. The previous month, 6ix9ine had complained that the plot had been committed by blackmailers, various arms-related crimes, drug trafficking and other accusations. Following a plea agreement reached in March 2019, Jordan pleaded guilty to the charges of possession of firearms and the number of firearms landfills. Jordan was arrested in November 2018 at the same time as 6ix9ine. When the person and another person followed them, Jordan got out of his vehicle and fired twice at his car. The charges were filed after two separate incidents in April 2018, all with 6ix9ine. Jordan, 6ix9ine and the others got in his car and left. He was first charged with six counts, including conspiracy to commit fraud, violent crimes in support of fraud and the use of weapons. Pitchfork contacted the Ministry of Justice for more information.
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