Kooda B just became the eighth Tekashi 6ix9ine affiliate to take a plea deal in the Fed's racketeering case against 6ix9ine and the Tre3way Bloods.
Court documents had previously revealed that 6ix9in offered Kooda 10K to shoot at Chief Keef when Sosa was staying in New York City. Kooda's bullets missed the Chiraq rapper.
Today, Kooda pleaded guilty to assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.
He is expected to be sentenced on October 4, 2019.
11 people besides Tekashi were charged in the racketeering case that shocked the rap world.
6ix9ine's legal team believes if all of them plead guilty the judge will allow 6ix9ine -- who provided the state with evidence -- to go free with time served. He had been facing up to 47 years before he flipped.