Lawyers For Workers attorney Moe Gangat dishes out on 6ix9ine's trial.
Tekashi 6ix9ine may have taken a plea deal but his case is far from over. The rapper was in court yesterday to determine whether Lance Lazarro, who represented two of 6ix9ine's co-defendants in the past, can continue to represent him in the case. Moe Gangat, who runs Lawyer For Work, took to Instagram after the hearing to give an update on what went down.
Gangat's been in many of the hearings related to 6ix9ine's federal case, often providing a recap on what went down that day. After the rapper's hearing yesterday, Gangat took to Instagram to share a short update on the what went down. He starts the clip with a short shot of Lance Lazarro.
“Today’s court hearing was about whether or not Lance Lazzaro could continue to be 6ix9ine’s lawyer,” he says in the clip. “They had Tekashi come in and take the stand in this courthouse right here. And Tekashi looked good. He looked like he’s been working out. The hair dye has worn out so his hair color’s back and the braids aren’t quite as tight or as thorough as they once was, but he looked good. He was responsive.”
Gangat added that he was tempted to yell out, "You know the vibes" in the courtroom. He also provided an update on Shotti, saying that 6ix9ine's former manager copped a plea deal.
"Shotti pleaded guilty to two charges. They’re big charges," he said. "He’s basically pleading guilty to playing a roll in a couple shootings. So, you know, orchestrating shootings is a serious federal charge. What does that mean? It means the two ‘top dogs’ have taken pleas and everybody else is still facing all those fed charges. We’re gonna see what happens in this case and see if it goes to trial or if everybody just starts taking pleas. It’s not looking good.”