Tekashi 6ix9ine's manager Shottie of Tr3way had been out West with his golden troll and had joined him in his taunting of YG and his set.
But Shottie flew home yesterday and then promptly turned himself into the NYPD, who want to talk to him about the shooting at Tekashi 6ix9ine's post-sentencing party last month. TMZ reports:
We broke the story ... gunfire erupted when Tekashi's Tr3yway crew was denied access to a restaurant where Tekashi was set to meet with West Coast music exec Elliot Grainge. Two of Elliot's bodyguards turned Tekashi's entire crew away, which blew up when some of them stuck around and allegedly instigated a brawl ... that ended with someone being shot.
We're told cops believe Shottie was one of three of Tekashi's guys who got violent and allegedly struck the bodyguards with a chair. Eyewitnesses also told cops he uttered an ominous threat, allegedly saying ... "I'm going to violate you both with gunshots."
It was 6ix9ine's bodyguard who ended up getting shot by Grainge's. However, police decided to arrest two members of Tekashi's crew, including the one who took a bullet, on gang charges and didn't charge the shooter, a retired cop.
Now it looks like Shottie may be charged, too.
Update: Shottie's been charged with gang assault and criminal possession of a weapon.