(AllHipHop News) Some residents of a Brooklyn community which houses a brownstone made notorious by Tekashi 6ix9ine are not feeling the rapper.
Several of 6ix9ine's biggest videos starred dozens of reputed Nine Trey Gangsta Blood members in front of 21 Madison Street in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.
Tekashi 6ix9ine testified that the brownstone is where he first befriended the man who would soon become his manager, Kifano "Shotti" Jordan.
The Feds claim Shotti is the number two man in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.
He was shipped off to prison for 15 years over a series of violent confrontations with several rap rivals, as well as members of his own gang.
One woman at 21 Madison who appeared in one of 6ix9ine's videos labeled the disgraced rapper "a little punk."
“They need to give him some time, I’ll say that,” the woman told reporters with the New York Daily News.
Before Tekashi 6ix9ine learns his fate, alleged Nine Trey members Nuke and Harv will receive their judgment sometime next week.
Both men have called 6ix9ine a snitch and a liar, who set up his own kidnapping to hawk his music.
Both men are charged in a RICO case which resulted in the conviction of Shotti, 6ix9ine's old bodyguard and over a dozen other associates.
If you are unfamiliar with the brownstone in question, here it is in 6ix9ine's "Gummo" video.