6ix9ine trolls again on social networks.
“@ laflar107 your man got robbed in the club while performing and got angry and pulled his gun out for the cameras,” 6ix9ine writes, misspelled Gucci’s IG handle in the process . “Now her mother has lost her two sons one dead the other in prison after being robbed. Hmmm her in my prayers.”
What 6ix9ine refers to is Pooh’s Miami legal situation. As previously reported, Pooh Shiesty’s bail refused by a judge Thursday, June 17 in connection with an alleged shooting of which he is accused in the King of Diamonds nightclub. A preliminary hearing for the rapper has been set for July 22, according to documents obtained by XXL.
Additionally, prosecutors are concerned about Pooh’s alleged victim, a KOD security guard named Frivin Dor, who was recently shot in the ankle. recant his statement. “This is of great concern to me,” Miami-Dade Attorney Ruben Scolavino told circuit judge Ellen Venzer in court. “Our office is obviously investigating this.”
The prosecutor also revealed to the court that a “federal detainee” had been placed on Pooh by the US prosecutor’s office for the October 13, 2020 shooting in which the Memphis rhymer was involved. 2021 XXL First-year student for the incident filmed. In the pictures, gunshots can be seen in a condo parking lot on East Bay Harbor Drive. Pooh was subsequently charged with armed robbery, aggravated assault with a firearm and theft in this case.
Pooh’s attorney, Saam Zangeneh, has reportedly said that while federal authorities may hit the Memphis rapper with heavy charges, he is convinced his client is innocent.
In the meantime, 6ix9ine has now added LaFlare to its trolling list. In May, the Brooklyn rapper decided to make fun of lil reese after Reese would have been shot dead with two other men during an exchange of gunfire in a parking lot at 6 West Grand Avenue in Chicago. Fortunately, Reese has recovered from the injuries he sustained in the incident, which allegedly involved a stolen vehicle.
Gucci Mane has yet to respond to 6ix9ine.
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