Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine's former manager has lashed out at the musician and sex offender in a now-deleted phone recording.
On Thursday, Kifano 'Shotti' Jordan pleaded guilty in court to weapon charges after Tekashi69 reportedly gave many of his associates up to prosecutors as part of a plea deal to reduce his own sentence for firearm and drug crimes.
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"Today, Kifano Jordan admitted in open court to committing multiple acts of violence," said United States Attorney Geoffey S. Berman.
But before appearing in court, Shotti spoke to DJ Pvnch, Tekashi69's former DJ, and expressed some seemingly harsh feelings towards the rapper, including slamming him as an "ungrateful rat".
"This n***** he broke every code and every rule," said Shotti.
"He's an ungrateful rat bastard man. It's just that simple."
But Shotti seems to understand the situation Tekashi69 was in, also saying he forgave the rapper.
"I forgive the lil n***** after all that, ya feel me. It's all good."
While the phone conversation was uploaded online by DJ Pvnch, it has since been deleted.
In February, Tekashi69, an admitted sex offender, detailed his involvement with the Nine Trey gang as part of a plea deal.
"As a member of Nine Trey, the enterprise engaged in such activities including shooting at people, robbing people, and at times drug trafficking," Complex reports him as saying.
As previously revealed, the guilty plea confirms Tekashi69 paid an associate to shoot at rival rapper Chief Keef. It also reveals his involvement in two other 2018 incidents - an attempted murder on March 20 and a robbery on April 3.
Shotti's conviction related to the April 3 robbery.