During a recent interview with VladTV, Molina read the transcript of 6ix9ine's recent guilty plea. She began on page 29, line 24:
The defendant’s obligations under this agreement are as follows: That he shall truthfully and completely disclose all information of the activities of himself and others to the U.S. Attorney’s Office and that he cooperate fully with the New York City Police Department, the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, Homeland Security Investigations, and other law enforcement agencies.
[...] That he shall attend all meetings of the [Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s] Office; that he shall provide to the office upon request of any document; that he shall truthfully testify before the grand jury or at any trial; that he shall bring to the office’s attention all crimes which he has committed; and that he shall commit no further crimes.
If the defendant does this, the office [...] agrees not to prosecute the defendant for the crimes set forth in counts 1-9 of superseding information, as well as additional crimes that the defendant has told the government about.
Molina then provided her interpretation of that portion of the transcript. She said, in a nutshell, 6ix9ine snitched on his co-defendants and will, therefore, be rewarded with no prison time in his racketeering case.
"For people looking outside in, it's unbelievable," she said. "But, I mean, it's kind of what was expected."
Molina specifically addressed the case against 6ix9ine associate Kintea "Kooda B" McKenzie, whom the rapper allegedly paid to shoot at Chief Keef. As part of his cooperation with authorities, 6ix9ine identified Kooda as the person he hired to shoot at Keef on June 2, 2018, in NYC.
"If Kooda did do it, he did it off the strength of his relationship with my daughter's father. They were friends," she said. "To me, it's pretty fucked up. You send someone to do something for you, and then when all hell breaks loose, you want to be like, 'Oh, that person did it.' Even though they only did it off the strength of you asking them to."
According to the transcript of his guilty plea, which was made public this week, 6ix9ine admitted to carrying out multiple crimes alongside suspected members of the Nine Trey Blood Gang. He said he was involved in three different 2018 incidents: an attempted murder on March 20, a robbery on April 3, and the aforementioned June 2 shooting.
6ix9ine was facing 47 years to life in prison for the federal charges, but it's unclear how his cooperation with investigators will impact his sentence. The 22-year-old rapper is set to be sentenced Jan. 23, 2020. His co-defendants will be sentenced in September of this year.