AceShowbiz - A man accused of kidnapping and robbing rapper 6ix9ine a.k.a. Tekashi69 last summer (2018) has officially been charged over the incident.
The "Fefe" star was grabbed outside his Brooklyn, New York home after a recording session and the two thugs forced him to hand over his cash and jewellery before pistol-whipping him, bundling him into the back of a car, and driving off.
Tekashi escaped by kicking open a door, jumping out, and taking off as one of his attackers gave chase.
Anthony Jamel Ellison, who was once part of Tekashi's management crew, was arrested on a federal warrant last year (2018) and indicted on counts of conspiracy to obstruct commerce by robbery, obstructing commerce by robbery, and carrying a firearm to commit a crime.
Now Aljeremiah 'Nuke' Mack, a member of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang Tekashi was linked to, has also been taken into custody on suspicion of working with Ellison to pull off the attack.
Mack has been charged with racketeering, gun and narcotics counts, according to the New York Post's Page Six.
The news emerges as Ellison remains behind bars, awaiting trial. He has pleaded not guilty to the crimes.
Tekashi, real name Daniel Hernandez, is also in federal custody after pleading guilty to nine federal counts, including conspiracy to murder and racketeering, as part of a deal with prosecutors.