Chief Keef's associates are falling like dominoes in the Federal court of law.
According to TMZ, three of Tekashi 6ix9ine's associates have been indicted on criminal charges related to the crackdown on the "Tr3yway Crew" and their illicit activities in New York State. The report indicates that at least one of the three associates is directly tied to the attempt on Chief Keef's life. The Feds have made it easy for the media to fill in the blanks; the three individuals in question are listed as Kintea McKenzie, Anthony Ellison and Denard Butler, all of whom had been known to consort with Daniel Hernandez aka 6ix9ine before his disavowal of all things "Tr3yway" in November.
Kintea McKenzie, the member of 6ix9ine's entourage associated with the Chief Keef incident, is believed to have been paid a flat rate of $10,000 to follow-through with the shooting. As reported, Chief Keef and Tekashi were feuding shortly before the assassination attempt, an antagonism that was born out of the NY rappers misdealings with Tadoe, in a fight over Cuban Doll's romantic availability. Some months later, Cuban would see her name dragged into yet another tug-of-war situation, over misplaced desirous feelings.
Kintea McKenzie is still on the loose. Demard Butler and Anthony Ellison were booked several months apart, the latter already in the hands of the law due to his assault and kidnapping of 6ix9ine over unpaid debts of the goon variety.