Tekashi 6ix9ine’s lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, is so confident and proving that his client is innocent that he told TMZ that a plea deal is “simply off the table.” Lazzaro’s comments come one day after TMZ acquired photographs exhibited by investigators intended to demonstrate the rapper’s inclusion in a series of thefts all through Brooklyn prior this year. The proof was at first used to demonstrate a judge why the Brooklyn rapper should be denied bail.
The evidence obtained from the DUMMY BOY rapper’s phone sets up the narrative that he was outside the building when a robbery occurred, however, his former manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan is the only one who was identified in the incident. Another picture shows a stolen book bag was inside of 6ix9ine’s home, but it doesn’t exactly prove that he had anything to do with the robbery.
Prosecutors believe that Tekashi 6ix9ine was the brains behind these occurrences, notwithstanding, Lazzaro disputed these claims and expressed that his client “was never part of a conspiracy, plain and simple. Nor did he ever participate in any incidents that the government has alleged.” If the rapper is offered a plea deal, his attorney fired back “A plea deal is simply off the table, even if the feds offer one.” Lazzaro isn’t keen on cooperating with prosecutors either.
6ix9ine has been accused of racketeering, drug distribution, and conspiracy to commit murder. His preliminary has been set for September 4 with a hearing planned for January 22.