“Godfather” Of Nine Trey Could End Up In Same Prison As Ex-Gangster Stabbed Over Tekashi 6ix9ine Trial

A guy who was stabbed in prison for renouncing his gang ties during the Tekashi 6ix9ine RICO case could end up in the same prison as the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods’ alleged “Godfather.”

(AllHipHop News) Two former members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods who fell out after being arrested with Tekashi 6ix9ine could be spending some unwanted time together.

6ix9ine testified against the gang during a three-week trial which resulted in the convictions of Nine Trey members Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack and Anthony “Harv” Ellison.

Last week, Roland “Ro Murda” Martin and Jamel “Mel Murda” Jones were sentenced to lengthy prison sentences, after being convicted in the RICO case brought on by the federal government

Ro Murda copped a plea to avoid trial and on October 10th, he was sentenced to four years behind bars.

On October 17, Mel Murda was hit with an 11-year sentence after he pleaded guilty as well.

During his sentencing phase, prosecutor Geoffrey S. Berman claimed Mel Murda continued to run the gang from prison after his arrest and he even accused him of sanctioning violence against Tekashi 6ix9ine on wiretapped calls.

Shortly after a dozen members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods were arrested in November of 2018, Ro Murda renounced his membership in the gang.

He was stabbed nine times while he was awaiting trial, resulting in Judge Paul Engelmayer shaving 24? months off of his prison sentence.

The problem is, there’s a possibility Ro Murda could serve his time at the very same prison Mel Murda may be housed in.

On October 11th, Judge Engelmayer ordered Ro Murda to be housed at one of two prisons: FCI Fort Dix or FCI Fairton.

On Friday, October 18th, Judge Engelmayer could have created a life-threatening situation for Ro Murda when ruled Mel Murda should go to one of two prisons as well: FCI Fort Dix or FCI Otisville.

Last week, Ro Murda filed documents to appeal his four-year sentence.

Ultimately, the decision as to where both men will serve their time is up to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.