We already knew there was a connection between the Nine Treys and Dipset when Jim Jones was revealed to be the second voice on that notoriously federally taped conversation about "super violating" Tekashi 6ix9ine.
For some reason, Jones was never charged with the other Tr3yways.
Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack was one of the two Nine Treys who were not only charged in the sprawling "6ix9ine" RICO case but who actually went to trial. He was found guilty of racketeering conspiracy and narcotics trafficking after Tekashi and others testified against him.
Nuke is facing up to 30 years. Last month, Dipset boss Cam'ron wrote a letter to the judge vouching for Nuke's character. Check it out:
Dear Judge Engelmayer:
I have had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Mack for the past ten years. Mr. Mack is a good person and has always had morality in his actions. This is why I can assure you that although he has had recent challenges, he is a decent person with a good heart.
I am sure that as long as Mr. Mack receives the support from people around him, he can be quickly rehabilitated. I believe in him and will lend support which will enable him to become an upstanding part of our community.
Thank you for your time and I hope that your decision will lend Mr. Mack the opportunity to repair the actions he may have caused.
Nuke is expected to be sentenced by the end of the month.