Tekashi 6ix9ine Associate Kooda B Reportedly Sentenced To 54 Months In Prison For Role In 2018 Chief Keef Shooting

HipHop News Posted on December 1, 2020 at 2:54am

Tekashi 6ix9ine Associate Kooda B Reportedly Sentenced To 54 Months In Prison For Role In 2018 Chief Keef Shooting

6ix9ine allegedly paid Kooda B $10,000 to shoot Chief Keef while he was visiting NYC in June 2018.

Another ruling has come down in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods racketeering case. Tekashi 6ix9ine associate Kintea “Kooda B” McKenzie is being sentenced to 54 months behind bars with three years of supervised release, according to Complex‘s Shawn Setaro. McKenzie was granted temporary release on $300,000 bond in March due to his asthmatic condition amid the coronavirus pandemic.

In 2019, Kooda B pleaded guilty to assault with a deadly weapon in aid of racketeering for his role in the 2018 shooting of Chief Keef outside the W Hotel in Times Square. 6ix9ine allegedly gave up Kooda B as the triggerman in the incident after he admitted to offering him $20,000 for the hit and ended up paying Kooda B $10,000. Fortunately for Chief Keef, the incident left him unharmed..centered-ad {

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“I’m willing to take full responsibility for my actions,” Kooda B wrote in a letter to the courts.”That was an extremely foolish choice I made. I allowed myself to look up to and listen to someone with more success and fame. That was not the right thing to do. I regret it and it won’t happen again. I thought he was a good friend. I was excited that he named a song after me.”

Judge Paul Engelmayer voiced his displeasure with Kooda’s romanticizing of gang violence in his music, which the government referenced mentioned on tracks such as “Walking Through The Ville,

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