6ix9ine Does Not Want to Be Identified at Shooting Scene in Newly-Surfaced Footage
6ix9ine was seemingly the target of a shooting that took place at a Beverly Hills, Calif. video shoot that featured Kanye West and Nicki Minaj back in November. Now video has surfaced of the aftermath of the incident where the Brooklyn rapper clearly does not want his presence at the scene of the crime known to police.
On Sunday (Dec. 22), TMZ obtained video of the scene following the shooting. In the clip, one of the rapper's handlers appear to be talking to a police officer who is laying out the scene of the crime and telling him everyone present will have to be identified by police before they can leave. When the message is relayed to Tekashi, he is not trying to hear it.
"I.D. me? I can't," he responds. "I'm on probation, I can't...Tell them I'm not here."
The rapper seems to be in fear of having his probation revoked for being around violent activity. The person relaying the message tells the rapper police already know of his presence but tries to assure him that word won't get out he was there. Clearly, that didn't happen.
News quickly broke that 6ix had been the victim of an attempted shooting. A day later, surveillance video surfaced that shows gunmen in an alley firing at the $80 million home the video was to take place at. In the black and white video, a vehicle can be seen rolling up to the perimeter of the home. Several men get out of the car. After surveying the scene, they all appear to fire over a dozen shots before fleeing.
6ix9ine was arrested just over a week later on federal racketeering and weapons charges. He faces 32 years to life in prison if convicted. He is refusing to accept any plea deal that would be offered to him so his trial is set to begin on Sept. 4, 2019.
Check out the video of 6ix9ine's reaction following the Beverly Hills video shoot shooting below.
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