Is Tekashi69's Former Manager Threatening to Kill His Baby Mama and Child?
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In the audio which is released by the courts, Kifano 'Shotti' Jordan appears to hint he is planning to shoot the rapper's baby mama Sara Molina and their daughter.

AceShowbiz - While Tekashi69 (6ix9ine) has been in court testifying against members of the Nine Trey Bloods gang, his family may be in danger. A new leaked recording appears to hint that his former manager is threatening to kill the rapper's baby mama Sara Molina and their daughter.

In the audio which was released by the courts, Kifano "Shotti" Jordan allegedly said, "Sara's moving around in cars. I will f***ing - I will shoot Sara." The leak also featured Shotti reportedly saying, "I'm the one who raised Harv, n***a. We don't give a f**k about women, children, kids."

Shotti also appeared to convince someone that the "FEFE" rapper wasn't "changing." Additionally, he added that the star needed to be careful in the streets because you "can't be the King of New York if you're dead."

This arrives after Shotti admitted to shooting people in one night for Jamel "Mel Murda" Jones in court whilst on trial recently. It was said that Shotti made the admission in an audio clip which was provided by the rapper's former driver Jorge Rivera. In the clip, he could be heard telling 6ix9ine, "We got to kill somebody, I drive around with a semi-automatic rifle."

The legal trouble aside, "Gummo" rapper was reportedly offered a $10 million deal from bosses at his former label to release his post-prison material exclusively with them. The deal didn't sit well with The Game as he dissed the incarcerated rapper. "It used to be #SnicthesGetStitches These days it's #SnitchesGetRecordDeals," the 39-year-old posted on Instagram on Sunday, October 13. He added several hastags in the caption of the now-deleted post, including ones which read, "#SendN***asToPrisonForever" and "#GenerationSofterThanAMarthaStewartFaceCloth."

Meanwhile, 6ix9ine will be sentenced in federal racketeering charges on December 18. He faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 47 years behind bars for his involvement in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang, but he may be released as early as 2020 for having fully cooperated with the government.

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