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Tekashi 69 Ex-Manager Shotti Says He’s Broke And Can’t Afford To Pay For His Own Lawyer

Tekashi 69’s former manager Shotti is searching for a new lawyer after he claims he is down to his last $1,200 and cannot afford one.

In court documents that date back to Oct. 20th, Shotti cited the Criminal Justice Act (CJA) in a U.S. Court of Appeals motion, which entails the right for every defendant to have proper legal representation during trial.

Also, in these documents, Shotti — whose real name is Kifano Jordan — stated he is down to $1,200 and hasn’t received any income in over a year. He also says he wasn’t able to effectively study issues related to his case because he’s been on isolation restrictions due to COVID.

“The petitioner’s case is complex and beyond any understanding, he has of the law and its procedures,” the document read. “The petitioner desperately needs the help of legal counsel to properly prepare the issues and supporting facts and laws to support each issue that will be presented before this honorable court.”

Shotti is currently in the pen for 15 years for his role in the Treyways racketeering case.

Flip the page for the video about his case.

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