6ix9ine's former manager turned co-defendant, Kifano "Shotti" Jordan, took to Instagram where he shared an update with his followers.
"DIFFRENT SURROUNDINGS BUT ITS STILL TR3YWAY!!!" the caption of a picture featuring Shotti and two other inmates read. "PRAY 4 MY ENEMIES!!!"
The 37-year-old was sentenced to 15 years behind bars in September for charges related to his federal racketeering case. Authorities were able to put this case together thanks to his former client's cooperation. Jordan is planning on appealing the sentence, but the evidence is so airtight that his lawyers don't believe he will be able to evade serving most of the time.
In exchange for working with the feds, 6ix9ine will be released in 7 months with time served. The rapper, who's concerned for his safety now that he's been labeled a snitch, has requested to serve the remainder of his sentence under home confinement or in a community correctional facility.. It's unclear how 6ix9ine will maneuver once he's released, but it's likely that he will return to music. 6ix9ine inked a two-album contract extension with Elliot Grainge's 10K Projects before the courts had decided his fate.