Court Files Show Tekashi 69 Admitted To Offering 20k To Shoot Chief Keef
As Tekashi 69 waits in jail, more and more details surface about his involvement with Chief Keef’s shooting a year ago.
As we reported, Tekashi pleaded guilty to ordering the hit among, and now it’s been revealed that the incarcerated rapper told police that his associate Kintea “Kooda B” McKenzie was the one who carried out the hit.
Court documents obtained by Complex show that Tekashi confirmed that he offered Kooda $20,000 to shoot Chief Keef. The shooting occurred back in June of 2018 outside the W Hotel in New York City.
Apparently 69 and his manager Kifano “Shotti” met with Kooda to pay him, where he reportedly accepted 10k to do the deed.
Tekashi initially revealed to investigators that Kooda was the shooter last month, despite denying any involvement in the incident at first.
Fortunately, no-one was injured in the shooting and Kooda currently faces life in prison for his involvement. Tekashi has been revealing information against his associates in order to cooperate with police amidst his own legal drama.