Tekashi 6ix9ine wasn’t playing when he said somebody washed him up of $2.5 million and reports are coming out it might have actually been his now fired manager Kifano Jordan popularly known as Shottie.
Tekashi 6ix9ine talking to some people had days before his arrest found out that he was supposed to have made over $2 million for his American tour leg but ended up only getting $300,000 paid upfront before he backed out of the whole train and fired his entire crew.
He detailed how they stole from him during his Breakfast Club interview last week, but today, new information has surfaced on who exactly stole the money from him.
According to reports MM has independently verified, Kifano Jordan, 6ix9ine’s former manager, was the master mind who ended up cheating the rapper out of $2.5M on his now-canceled tour.
According to the court’s financial disclosure statements, the three other defendants in the case, Mel Murda, Ish, and Crippy, claimed that they couldn’t afford a lawyer and needed one appointed by the court.
Kifano who according to court documents has listed his bank account as holding $60,000 is believed by the FEDs to actually have pocketed the $2.5 million the rapper discovered missing in his payments.
Along with law enforcement, the three other co-defendants believe Shotti has more money than what’s shown in his account. They were reportedly looking for his help financially when they were in court discussing representation and bail.
6ix9ine says when he found out the truth, the former manager gave out his mother’s address to have her hurt if he didn’t perform in the American tour leg.
After the rapper revealed the truth about what happened before he fired the crew, the FEDs intercepted communication of plans to ‘super violate’ the rapper led by Kifano which they say meant among other things to shoot 6ix9ine!
The 6ix9ine saga continues.