Tekashi69 kidnapping was all done to sell records and the his song with Nicki Minaj, “FEFE.”
Now, an accused member of the 9 Trey Bloods charged with Tekashi69 kidnapping spills the tea revealing that it was ALL LIES made for the ‘Gram.! The 9 Trey Bloods attorney Deveraux Cannick is speaking out for his client being charged with the kidnapping Tekashi69. Read on…
CelebNMusic247.com reports that the whole Tekashi69 kidnapping and robbery at gunpoint was actually “a production” meant to promote the rapper’s newly-released single with Nicki Minaj, “FEFE.”
We thought this was all a publicity stunt to make it look like Tekashi 6ine9ine had sometype of street cred, but in reality he was a studio made artist with a stylized image.
One thing that is always said it the music industry is FILLED with rappers who claim to have real street cred. The ones who have the cred are in jail constantly and their careers are flatline.
Attorney Deveraux Cannick aid after a hearing in Manhattan Federal Court.
No robbery or kidnapping or assault happened. Didn’t happen!
(Tekashi) trolls every time he’s about to drop a new album. Gotta get that buzz up. That’s how he makes money.
The alleged kidnapping on July 22, 2018, in Brooklyn is a key episode in the case against Anthony “Harv” Ellison. Prosecutors say the alleged 9 Trey Bloods gangster kidnapped and robbed Tekashi69 at Bedford and Atlantic Aves. in Brooklyn.
If you recall, Daniel Hernandez, best known as Tekashi69 claimed he was pistol-whipped and robbed of jewelry.
He even had audio which made it appear that Tekashi feared for his life. Tekashi says, according to documents:
Harv, you know I’ll give you everything … Harv, I’ve always done right by you … Harv, I’ve put money in your pocket bro, I’m scared.
Cannick said the episode was all a ruse. The vehicle was wired by the feds, Cannick noted.
What makes it worse is that Cannick question if Tekashi was so scared then why didn’t authorities interven?
Audio of Tekashi inside a vehicle during the kidnapping shows he feared for his life, according to prosecutors. Cannick points out, Ellison and Tekashi were trying to create publicity for the Bushwick rapper.
Not to mention Tekashi showed no signs of being injured.
The hole thing was to sell records. Then, he followed it with another post saying:
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