Cops are afraid things between 6ix9ine's crew & record label could escalate even further after last week's shooting.
Tekashi 6ix9ine got off light in his child sex case as the judge sentenced him to four years of probation, 1000 hours of community service and must refrain from any sort of gang affiliation. While we haven't heard him yell "Tr3yway" all week, the rapper's security guard was charged with gang assault after he was shot during an altercation at a Manhattan restaurant when 6ix9ine was meeting a label executive. Now, police fear that things between 6ix9ine's crew and the label he's signed to might result in more blood being shed.
According to TMZ's law enforcement sources, police are worried that things between 6ix9ine's NY crew and Elliot Grainge's California based label, 10k Projects, will escalate into a war between the east and west coasts after tensions reached a peak during last week's shooting. This wasn't the first time there's been a confrontation between the two. Grainge's team and 6ix9ine's camp have had numerous disagreements on how the "STOOPID" artist should be managed.
While the police are worried about a "war" between the East Coast and West Coast, they said that it's on a much smaller scale in comparison to the feud between Biggie and Pac's in the 90s. However, police are still concerned that the shooting is just the beginning of the feud.
6ix9ine was meant to meet with Grainge last week for dinner in Manhattan after his sentencing. The rapper's crew were turned away from the restaurant which sparked the altercation which resulted in 6ix9ine's bodyguard getting shot.