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Earlier today (Mar. 28), 6ix9ine's former manager Kifano "Shotti" Jordan pleaded guilty. He confessed to the possession of a firearm "in furtherance of a crime of violence," and the discharging of a firearm with the same intent. The charges carry mandatory minimums of five years and 10 years, respectively. Before this happened, however, Shotti took a moment to talk to 6ix9ine's former DJ, Pvnch, from behind bars.
The ten-minute conversation, which can be heard in full below, covers a variety of topics, but Pvnch also asks what Shotti thinks of his former artist following his guilty plea in January. At the time, it was revealed that 6ix9ine was expected to cooperate fully with federal government officials, and as to be expected, Shotti isn't too happy about that.
While it's hard to make out everything that Shotti is saying during the call due to the low quality of the audio, a few moments in particular stand out. "This n***a, he broke every code and every rule out this motherfucker," Shotti says of his former associate after dubbing him a "snitch." He also referred to him as "an ungrateful rat bastard," and that he "snitched for no reason." It is worth pointing out, as previously mentioned, that this call took place before Shotti pleaded guilty himself.
In February, it was revealed that 6ix9ine entered a guilty plea on Jan. 23. He pleaded guilty to nine counts, with racketeering and weapons charges among the offenses. The controversial rapper was heavily criticized for his decision to cooperate with authorities.