(AllHipHop News) Tekashi 6ix9ine's manager has decided to take a plea deal over a brawl and shooting outside of Phillipe Chow on 59th Street in Manhattan.
6ix9ine had just left a court hearing to celebrate receiving four years of probation, for violating the terms of his 2015 plea agreement over the sexual exploitation of a minor in a music video.
But when restaurant security denied his manager Shotti and other members of the Nine Trey Bloods into the establishment, all hell broke loose.
A fight broke out, and Shotti allegedly bashed one of the security guards over the head with a chair.
Things escalated when a security guard pulled a gun and blasted Shotti, born Kifano Jordan, twice in the stomach.
Two men, Zachary Bunce, 33, and Faheem Walter, 29, of Manhattan were eventually also charged with gang assault.
As for Shotti, he was sentenced to time served in the case.
He is still facing a minimum of 15 years in prison for his part in a sweeping RICO indictment against 6ix9ine, who is cooperating with authorities.