Police Believe Video of 6ix9ine Seemingly Ordering Hit Is Related to Attempted Chief Keef Shooting
Last week video surfaced that appears to show Tekashi ordering a hit on Sosa affiliate Tadoe, with whom he was beefing with at the time. Now police sources are telling TMZ, they believe the video has a direct correlation with Chief Keef and crew being shot at near Times Square.
A source inside the New York Police Department told the site, "This is no coincidence. We believe the video is directly related to the crime. We believe Tekashi69 ordered the hit on Tadoe -- who we now believe is the intended target."
The video that leaked last week shows 6ix in a heated FaceTime conversation with Tadoe. After hanging up, the Dummy Boy rapper seems to imply he is willing to pay a bounty on the Chicago rapper.
"I got a 30 pack on him, right now, Blood," 6ix9ine brags. "Thirty pack. Swear to God I got a 30 pack. Thirty-thou cash, right now."
The following month, Chief Keef, Tadoe and crew were shot at outside the W Hotel in NYC. 6ix9ine denied involvement in the shooting afterward, blaming Chief Keef's violent lyrics on someone wanting to lick shots at him. Police are investigating two people in connection with the shooting. One of them has ties to Tekashi, according to TMZ.
XXL has reached out to the New York Police Department and 6ix9ine's lawyer for comment.
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