Tekashi's Former Manager Calls Him An 'Ungrateful Rat Bastard' Before Guilty Plea
During a phone call with Tekashi 6ix9ine's former DJ Pvnch, Kifano “Shotti” Jordan referred to his former client as an "ungrateful rat bastard."
Jordan, the Brooklyn rapper's former manager, reportedly plead guilty to racketeering charges yesterday (Mar. 28). Pvnch shared a clip of their phone conversation, in which Jordan said that his client couldn't trusted.
“You did that to your own team... this n***a [Tekashi]…he broke every code and every rule out this motherf**ka,” said Shotti on the call, which was deleted (but the Internet never forgets). “He’s an ungrateful rat bastard, man. It’s just that simple, but I forgive the lil n***a after all that, ya feel me. It’s all good."
"A lotta n***as is draggin' you, a lot of n***as is standing with you still," Pvnch says on the call. "They gotta have a balance of the narrative... the n***a did good sh*t, but then when you do that... you're dishonorable."
Shotti plead guilty to two federal weapons charges, both of which carry a potential maximum of life behind bars.
"I can talk, bro... rat bastard," he continued on the call. "Rat9ine or Snitch9ine or whatever that n***a wants to call himself nowadays. He did what he did. Treyway still stands strong. I want that to be known."