Last year, Tekashi 6ix9ine affiliate Kooda B took a plea deal in the Fed's racketeering case against 6ix9ine and the Tre3way Bloods.
The year before, 6ix9ine had offered Kooda 10K to shoot at Chief Keef when Sosa was staying in New York City. Kooda did open fire on the Chiraq rapper as he stood outside an NYC hotel early in the morning. He proved to be a bad shot and Sosa was uninjured.
While awaiting his sentence, Kooda was released from prison in April on COVID concerns. However, after social media video showed Kooda partying without a mask and wearing a Blood red bandana, he was ordered back to jail.
The judge had suggested that Kooda's Corona slip up might lead to more time when he was sentenced.
That doesn't seem to be the case. Kooda, who was facing 20 years for assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering, has just been given 54 months.
That's less time than most of the Nine Treys got but more time than Tekashi notoriously ratted himself into.