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Feds Release Wiretap Transcript From 6ix9ine’s Ex-Crew Members: “Ain’t Much He Could Really Do Unless He Run ARound With 100 Armed Securities All Day”

Earlier this month, Tekashi69 was arrested on a RICO, just days after the rainbow-haired rapper took to “The Breakfast Club” to drop a dime on his ex-crew members over bad business. 

In the interview, 6ix9ine explained the reason he fired his entire team, and attempted to separate himself from the members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, as he claimed to have made up, “TreyWay.” 

“Every blood is not your blood,” he said on the show. “There’s a difference between being a gang member and just being a dirty nigga, and 80 percent of this industry is dirty niggas.” 

But now, amid Tekashi69’s mounting legal troubles, which includes his recent racketeering charges, federal officials say they have proof that the former members of the rapper’s crew had plans to retaliate over the disparaging interview. 

As part of the longstanding case against 6ix9ine and his crew, officials wiretapped several members of the group, and now, the transcript has been released and obtained by TMZ. 

“[Hernandez] is trying to dry snitch at the same time, homie. But he keep saying, ‘F*ck Treyway, F*ck that nigga, Treyway. Ain’t no nigga, Treyway. F*ck Treyway,” Jamel Jones, otherwise known as Mel Murda, said, according to the Transcript. 

In response, the rapper’s ex-manager, Kifano (Shotti) Jordan responded, “I’mma feed him though,” which officials say means to unload bullets. 

As the phone conversations continued, both Jones and Jordan acknowledged 6ix9ine’s attempt to separate himself from the game, which ultimately ignited the urge to retailte. 

“That’s what [Hernandez is] trying to do. That’s what he trying to do. He trying a little….he trying to separate himself,” Jones said, as another individual said, “Now he gotta get violated.” 

“Yeah, super violated. Super duper,” Jones, continued. “Ain’t no much he could really do unless he run around with 100 armed securities all day.” 

Just before the convo ended, the other individual on the line made it clear that the rapper is not, and never was a gang member, as he encouraged Jordan to stalk the rapper’s every move until the issue was settled. 

In the meantime, according to TMZ, the transcript also included legal docs insisting Jones remain behind bars until trial, due to him being a “significant danger” to the community.

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