(AllHipHop News) Police investigators have reportedly obtained surveillance video of the vehicle that was used in rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine's robbery and kidnapping in New York over the weekend.
The "Gotti" hitmaker was reportedly pistol-whipped and knocked unconscious outside his home before he was robbed of over $750,000 in jewelry and cash on Sunday.
The 22-year-old was then bundled into the three hooded thugs' car and threatened with his life.
6ix9ine escaped after opening the door of the moving vehicle, jumped out, and ran away as one one of the suspects chased after him.
The incident came hours after he released his "FEFE" collaboration with Nicki Minaj and many critics were quick to accuse him of faking the assault to promote the new single.
Cops have pulled the surveillance video, which reportedly shows the suspects' vehicle in front of Tekashi69's home before the alleged assault.
According to sources, the footage that was recovered was grainy, and no suspects could be identified from the footage.
Investigators have yet to name any suspects and 6ix9ine's reportedly refusing to cooperate.
The rap star believes he knows who was behind the robbery, which he claimed was an inside job.