New footage has emerged of Akademiks going in-in on his issues with Casa.
“Casanova been saying he’s going to punch me in the face for 300 years. I never say nothing to him – who really baited 6ix9ine into really throwing away his freedom? Casa, two or four incidents that he’s charged for, they’re involved with.”
A few hours ago, hip-hop veteran 40 Glocc reacted to reports about Akademiks denying being a possible federal informant.
— SOHH (@sohh) November 29, 2018
Both Ak and 6ix9ine’s lawyer have shut down the headline-generating informant rumors.
He says he “has zero connection to this criminal case against Daniel Hernandez & other co-defendants. I view them as good people to me.” He adds … “All these charges are a shock to me and do not involve me. I have never been questioned or much less cooperated in this. I am just a news reporter.” The outlet accusing Akademiks of snitching claims to have gotten its info from the lawyer of Tekashi’s former manager, Kifano Jordan, aka Shotti. However … Shotti’s lawyer, Scott Leemon, also denies the allegations. Leemon tells us … “I never made any public statement relating to this matter. Any statement attributed to me is false. I have not given anyone an interview about this case.” (TMZ)
DJ Akademiks Isn't the 'Snitch' in Tekashi 6ix9ine's Federal Racketeering Case https://t.co/uuouMKhJFZ
— TMZ (@TMZ) November 29, 2018
Initially, reports went viral about Ak getting singled out as a 6ix9ine informant.
Shotti’s lawyer claims that federal agents pressed Tekashi’s fair weather friend so hard, that he chose to flip on the Brooklyn rapper rather than take the federal obstruction of justice charge, which carries a minimum of five years in federal prison. Akademiks’ IG account was/is being used as evidence by the feds, while the feds believe that his relationship with 6ix9ine can get them information that only Tr3Way members would know. It is also alleged that Akademiks is the one who convinced Tek to fire his entire team, including Shotti and the rest of Tr3Way. (The Source)