Kooda B, one of the people Tekashi 6ix9ine testified against, is facing additional time after he was caught on video partying after his temporary release from jail.
Manhattan federal court Judge Paul Engelmayer wrote in an order filed Monday that video shows the rapper’s former pal, Kintea McKenzie, deliberately misled the court by showing genuine concern about contracting COVID-19 to get out of jail.
A video of McKenzie partying with a number of other people at his Brooklyn apartment was posted online by a known gang member, Judge Engelmayer wrote.
He is awaiting sentencing in June. “At least one of the young men at the party appears to be smoking a marijuana cigarette and others are drinking alcohol. The word ‘Blood’ is audible, although the context leaves unclear whether it was intended as a reference to the gang, the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, with which McKenzie associated,” Judge Engelmayer wrote.
Y’all think the judge is giving him more time for partying?