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Three Tekashi69 Associates Indicted For Chief Keef Shooting

Three Tekashi69 Associates Indicted For Chief Keef Shooting

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You get an indictment, you get an indictment everybodyyy getting indicted.

It’s just been reported that three known associates of Tekashi’s were indicted by the feds in connection with the Chief Keef shooting. The real tea is that TMZ says that 69 paid them for it BLOOP.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ that Kintea McKenzie, Anthony Ellison and Denard Butler were all indicted in connection with the shooting related to Tekashi and Keef. One of them, McKenzie referred to as Kooda B, was hit with the indictment after Tekashi had spoken with federal investigators and named him as the actual shooter in question. He has yet to be arrested yet. Authorities are saying 69 allegedly paid him $10k to shoot Chief Keef. Remember over the summer the two rappers were beefing and Tekashi was being petty and took Keef’s baby moms on a shopping spree? Well things obviously escalated from there…

As for the other two, *Plot twist*, Ellison is already in custody for allegedly kidnapping and assaulting Tekashi and Butler has also been taken into custody. The two were set to appear in court today. As for 6ix9ine, he of course remains behind bars on his racketeering charges he was hit with in November, despite his lawyers many failed attempts to have him released on bail.