Tekashi 6ix9ine's Nine Trey repping manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan has been sentenced to time served for his involvement in a brawl at a high-end Manhattan eatery.
In October of last year, Shotti and his crew showed up at Philippe Chow to celebrate the sweetheart probation-only deal 6ix9ine got in his kid groping case.
They weren't allowed into the restaurant. Word was 6ix9ine's label didn't want them there. So Shotti hit a security guard with a chair. The guard then opened fire, striking but not seriously injuring two.
New York state had charged Shotti with second-degree assault in the incident.
Shotti has already pleaded guilty to much steeper racketeering charges in his Federal case and should be facing a minimum of 15 years for those when he's sentenced in 2020.
However, there has been talk that Shotti -- like 6ix9ine -- has flipped and is working with the government.
His no-jail-time deal with New York state should do nothing to dissuade that.