On Monday, August 9, Tekashi 6ix9ine‘s former manager, Kilano “Shotti” Jordan was sentenced to time served for hitting a security guard’s head with a chair at Philippe Chow. The former manager and label boss had previously pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree assault for the brawl which occurred in October, 2018. He pleaded guilty as part of a plea deal struck in Manhattan Supreme Court.
Tekashi 6ix9ine had posted a clip online of himself groping a 13 year old girl while she engaged in sexual acts with a few other men. – Tekashi had only been placed on probation in a Manhattan court, so Shotti tagged along with other crew members to the Madison Avenue restaurant to celebrate the verdict of the suit. After being denied entry into the restaurant by Philippe Chow security, a fight broke out. Jordan reportedly hit the guard’s head with a chair after which the guard shot at him twice with a licensed gun. The former manager was then booked and charged with assault.
Shotti is currently in court after being accused by federal prosecutors of being a high ranking member of the notorious Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods Crew. Shotti was indicted alongside Tekashi 6ixNine and other members of their crew on racketeering and firearms charges. He has since pleaded guilty to two firearms charges connected to a shooting in Brooklyn and and armed robbery in Manhattan.
He faces up to a minimum of 15 years in prison. The former manager is expected to be sentenced next year.