Tekashi 6ix9ine Suspect Reveals 'Truth' Behind Chief Keef Shooting In New Court Documents
3 July 2019, 13:37
Kooda B has revealed major information about Tekashi 6ix9ine's involvement in the Chief Keef shooting case.
Last month (Jun 3rd) Tekashi 6ix9ine's former affiliate Kintea "Kooda B" McKenzie, pleaded guilty in court for the racketeering case that involves the "FEFE" rapper, his ex manager Kifano "Shotti" Jordan, and nine other men.
In new court documents obtained by Complex, it has been revealed that Kooda claimed he was not the man behind the gun who shot at Chief Keef outside the W Hotel in New York. He also reveals information about Tekashi 6ix9ine's involvement.
In the plea hearing transcript, Kooda B admitted to one count of assault with a dangerous weapon in pursuit of racketeering.
The count is for an incident when Chief Keef was shot at outside of the W Hotel in Times Square. According to the documents, McKenzie was not the one who actually pulled the trigger.
"In June 2018, I was present and helped arrange for another individual to shoot a gun at a rival that Tekashi wanted to scare," he said in court.
According to the plea deal documents, he stated:
"I arranged for the individual to be driven to Times Square and carry out the plan in front of the W Hotel. When the target came out of the hotel, the individual fired a shot in the direction of the area where the target was standing"
He then revealed significant information about Tekashi.
McKenzie revealed: "The shot was fired because Tekashi wanted to intimidate rather than actually hit the individual. I did this because Tekashi asked me to arrange this."
Although Kooda revealed information about Tekashi 9ixine, there was no mention of the identity of the "individual" who fired the shot.