The best case scenario for Tekashi 6ix9ine is that all of his Tre3way co-defendants take plea deals.
That way the troll rapper, who's been working with the Feds, won't have to take the stand. His lawyers also believe that once all of the cases are settled 6ix9ine will be released with time served. He's otherwise facing up to 47 years.
So far, so good. Six of 6ix9ine's co-defendants, including his former manager Kifano "Shotti" Jordan, have pleaded out.
But there are still five left and the New York Post is reporting a few of them still may go to trial in September. If so, 6ix9ine will have to testify against them in a court of law.
We suspect 6ix9ine will try to resume his rap career if he gets out as soon as his lawyers think he will. Will that career be able to survive images of him on the witness stand?