The internet got a glimpse of Shotti in prison for the first time.
A photo recently surfaced online of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s ex-manager, Kifano “Shotti” Jordan, in prison for the first time since the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods went down in a racketeering case. The photo shows Shotti, founder of Tr3way Entertainment, in a tan jumpsuit with somewhat of a smile on his face, throwing up a symbol with his hands in cuffs. Tekashi’s close friend DJ Akademiks got his hands on the pic and posted it to his Instagram page Monday evening.
The photo appeared on the same day that news broke of Shotti’s sentencing on assault charges after he admitted to hitting a security guard with a chair in a 2018 New York restaurant brawl. A judge gave the 37-year-old time served, considering the fact that he’s already pleaded guilty to firearms charges in the racketeering case.
Prosecutors believe he had a very high ranking among the Nine Trey Bloods and Shotti faces up to 15 years in prison. The sentencing in those charges stemming from an armed robbery and a shooting won’t come until 2020.
In the meantime, it seems as though Shotti is keeping a positive attitude based on the photo.