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6ix9ine’s snitch testimony revealed by prosecutors

The 23-year-old’s case continues to unfold.

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With his trial date approaching, Tekashi 6ix9ine’s snitch testimony has been revealed.

According to TMZ, The United States Attorney in Manhattan sent a letter to the judge, outlining their strategy, which includes a key testimony from 6ix9ine who is currently seeking a plea deal. According to prosecutors, the “FEFE” rapper is expected to list names involved in various alleged crimes, which includes the robbery and kidnapping of 6ix9ine himself, back in July of 2018.

In addition to that, 6ix9ine will also list which Nine Trey Blood members are attached to various aliases with the use of text messages, social media posts and other forms of communication. This will serve as a breakthrough in the case and help prosecutors prove the intent behind the messages sent. Secondly, 6ix9ine will also implicate himself and other gang members in a conspiracy to harm Brooklyn rapper, Casanova. As previously reported, the 23-year-old is facing a minimum of 47 years in prison, however, he could get out sooner if he fully cooperates with the system.

Before his legal issues, 6ix9ine’s music career was at an all-time high. Back in November of 2018, 6ix9ine released his album Dummy Boy, which featured guest appearances from Kanye West, Gunna and Nicki Minaj, who was featured on his popular single “FEFE.” Speaking on the success of that record, Murda Beatz recently revealed in an interview with No Jumper that the track was made for Drake.

“I made the beat in the LA in my kitchen—on my kitchen table—and I thought it was, like, an anthem for Drake,” Murda told host Adam22. “I sent it to Drake, got no response. I was, like, ‘Alright.’”

After a friend suggested that he play the beat for 6ix9ine, Murda gave in. “Then he pulled up, and then that’s one of the beats he was f—king with,” he said. “We made ‘FEFE’ that night. And then Nicki really f—ks with me, so then she somehow got on it ... She felt like I was co-signing 6ix9ine so she got on the record. And that s—t went huge ... No one expected for that song to get that big.”

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