Three associates of rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine have just been indicted on federal charges related to the attempted shooting of Chief Keef. Law enforcement sources say that Tekashi actually provided them with information that they needed to arrest at least one of the suspects.
According to TMZ the three men, Kintea McKenzie, Anthony Ellison and Demard Butler were all indicted after Tekashi spoke with investigators and told them that McKenzie was the one who shot at Chief Keef last June in New York’s Time Square.
Allegedly, McKenzie was paid $10k to shoot Chief Keef after the rapper had been beefing with Tekashi. Fortunately, none of the shots hit anyone and Keef escaped harm. McKenzie has not been captured yet, but Ellison is currently being held in custody for kidnapping and assaulting Tekashi.