Tekashi 6ix9ine's fight with fellow singer, Trippie Redd, was apparently made by the record label, says Anthony "Harv,quot; Ellison's lawyer, through Vibe. First reported by Complex, the media stated that Ellison's lawyer is trying to get another trial for his client because there was not enough evidence to prove that Harv had committed criminal behavior with Daniel Hernandez, also known as Tekashi 6ix9ine.
In October of this year, Ellison was slapped with kidnapping and robbery charges and subsequently convicted of charges related to the Hernandez-related incident. Hernandez's testimony allegedly made it appear that Harv played a role in the attack on Trippie in November 2017.
Deveraux Cannick and Calvin Scholar, Ellison's lawyers, said Harv was acting in Hernandez's defense during the invented dispute between Tekashi and Trippie Redd. Reportedly, the Redd manager helped boost the attack by sending the location to Daniel.
During the alleged fake fight, Harv, who worked as security for Mr. Hernandez, ran in his defense. Harv's lawyers added that there was evidence that Harv simply acted in a scheme that was more like a publicity stunt for both parties.
As previously reported, Tekashi stated in his testimony that Harv and Nuke were members of the New York gang, the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. Prosecutors who presided over the case claimed that the two men were members of the gang that frequently terrorized the neighborhood.
Hernandez said during his testimony that he begged Harv, assuring him not to shoot, and added that he gave him money and that he was simply tired of always being a victim of extortion. The incident was filmed by Harv and also recorded by the driver, Jorge Rivera.
Due to the supposed fact that the meat between them was carefully orchestrated, Harv's lawyers asked for a new trial. Since the trial was widely publicized earlier this year, Trippie Redd has said almost nothing about Tekashi 6ix9ine.
Instead of getting involved in the alleged enmity, Trippie Redd recently celebrated his latest album by going to number one on the Billboard 200 list. It is his first record to reach the coveted spot.