Shotti, former manager of rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine pleads guilty for his role in violent restaurant incident where a gunshot rang out.
The fight happened in October 2018 at Philippe’s on E. 60th, Jordan allegedly hit a private security guard with a chair after being denied entry to the restaurant.
Shotti, legal name Kifano Jordan faced accusations of being the main culprit leading to the incident. Reported by the NY Daily News, Jordan officially entered a guilty plea on second-degree assault charges in exchange for a sentence of time served due to the “substantial” time he faces in a separate, federal case.
Jordan currently faces federal charges stemming from a huge bust where Tekashi 6ix9ine and nine other alleged gang members were taken into custody. Jordan charges include firearm possession in furtherance of a crime, discharging a firearm in furtherance of a crime. Jordan also admitted his involvement in a gunpoint robbery.