6ix9ine's co-defendant, manager Kifano "Shotti" Jordan, is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to federal weapons charges. According to court documents obtained by Complex, Jordan's older sister, Ebony S. Morczlnek, has written a letter petitioning the judge to show leniency when sentencing Shotti. Morczlnek feels as though her brother has the potential to be a groundbreaking entrepreneur if given another chance at life.
"Please do not force him to waste his most productive adult years away from his children, his extended family, and his community who all depend on his support," Morczlnek wrote. "Your forbearance will decide whether Kifano can become the next Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates."
As previously reported, Shotti pleaded guilty to firearms offenses in connection to a non-fatal shooting and robbery that took place in April 2018. In his plea, Shotti admitted that the crimes were carried out due to his participation as a member of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. With this deal, Shotti is looking at a minimum sentence of 15 years to potentially life behind bars.