Tekashi 69 Was Denied Bail, Again!
The last couple of days have been hell for the “FEFE” rapper, Tekashi 69. Shortly after his lawyer had to be removed from his racketeering case due to a conflict of interest, 6ix 9ine then was denied bail. Thanks to Billy Ado, a member of Tekashi's crew who has also had his fair share of conflict with the rainbow-haired rapper, took to social media to keep his fans in the know of what’s going on with his ongoing federal case.
After attending the hearing involving Tekashi, Ado walked out and took to Instagram live from the steps of the Federal Courthouse. He kicks off the video in selfie mode by saying, "Treyway, I'm out here. I'm just leaving the courthouse for 6ix9ine." He follows up with providing more details regarding how the short hearing went. He mentioned that 69, Shotti and other Trey Way members were in attendance and goes on to say, "Everybody was there, nobody got bail, they got a new court date for February the 20th. We 'gon see what's good then."
Based off of this information from Ado, the ‘STOOPID’ emcee will be sitting behind bars for an additional month before being able to be seen in front of a judge. Tekashi and his legal team continue to get out the rapper out on bail and it could either wear down the judge or make for a prolonged case. No matter the severity behind these charges, Ado confirms it’s still ‘Trey Way.’ As he continues down the steps and up the street, Billy Ado mentions, "I heard some crazy shit today man… It's still fuckin' Treyway!" It hasn’t been looking too good for the NY spitter when it comes to his case, but sources say this time in his cell is beneficial for his music career and that he’s been constantly working on new music and concepts. We will see you back next month following his new bail hearing.
Check out the short clip of Billy Ado below.