TMZ has shared several damning photos that appear to link 6ix9ine to a series of armed robberies throughout Brooklyn. 

The images and their time stamps seem to place the rapper at the scene of several robberies, shootings, and other crimes. Federal prosecutors filed the photo evidence in an attempt to prove to a judge that the rapper should be denied bail. They worry that the Dummy Boy rapper is a flight risk, saying that he can take "as much as $100,000 in a single [bank] withdrawal."

Authorities matched the clothing of Tekashi's ex-manager Kifano "Shotti" Jordan with surveillance footage of an April 3 armed robbery. Videos recovered from the phones of 6ix9ine and his associates seem to show that Tekashi was outside of the building filming the incident. 

The images also show a bag that was stolen in that armed robbery in 6ix9ine's home during a September raid. Take a look at the photos over at TMZ.  

The narrative laid out by prosecutors jibes with the story told by Treyway's Snow Billy in a recent interview. He said that Shotti was always more of a stick-up artist than a mogul. 

"He's not a business man," he said. "He's a robber. He's not a business man. He's not business-oriented. He might seem like it because he was getting his feet wet but he didn't know what to do with the situation, as we can all see now. Look at it. It's a fucking mess."

In spite of the photographic evidence, Tekashi's lawyer Lance Lazzaro maintains the artist's innocence.

"Daniel Hernandez is innocent and was never part of a criminal enterprise. He should never have been indicted," he told the gossip website.