6ix9ine's lawyer was forced to reveal his service record before resuming his duties.
According to documents obtained by Complex, Tekashi 6ix9ine's ex-manager Kifano "Shotti" Jordan had a longrunning relationship with the rapper's personal attorney Lance Lazzaro. The documents state that "Shotti" relied upon Lazzaro in past brushes with the law, all of which have come to light after the attorney swore an affidavit this afternoon.
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Curious to note, but considering the circumstances, Lance Lazzaro was asked to step down from 6ix9ine's team after his past allegiance with Kifano was ruled a conflict of interest. Lazzaro was then asked to "come clean," with a record of employment, in order to rejoin the fold.
So, in essence, Lazzaro was only demoted for a couple of hours at most, while the paperwork was being processed. All of Lazzaro's revelations were then neatly packed into the aforementioned affidavit where they will live on for eternity.
The records show that Lazzaro also represented Faheem Walter on four separate occasions. If you'll recall Water is of the Tr3yway members that Tekashi kept in his entourage while building up his buzz in the streets.
And you shouldn't it coincidental to find another one of 6ix9ine's lawyers (Dawn Florio) listed on Walter's fact sheet. While none of these findings change the course of the indictment process, they paint a comprehensive picture of Tr3yway's internal structure and its recorded history in the legal system.