New York, NY – Tekashi 6ix9ine’s manager Kifano Jordan — also known as Shottie — has been charged with felony gang assault and criminal possession of a weapon, according to TMZ. 

He turned himself in on Wednesday (November 7) and was charged shortly after.

Shottie was involved in an incident at midtown restaurant in New York City last month. 6ix9ine and his crew were celebrating the Brooklyn-bred rapper’s recent court victory in his 2015 child sex assault case when a fight broke out.

Shottie allegedly broke a chair over someone’s head while a member of 6ix9ine’s entourage was shot in the abdomen.

[This story has been updated. The original version was published on November 7, 2018 and can be found below.]

Tekashi 6ix9ine’s manager — who goes by the nickname Shottie — reportedly turned himself in to New York City authorities on Wednesday (November 7). According to TMZ, Shottie surrendered to the NYPD for allegedly escalating a violent confrontation between 6ix9ine’s entourage and his label head’s security.

The incident occurred at a midtown restaurant on October 26, the same day the polarizing rapper was sentenced to probation — rather than jail —  in his 2015 child sex assault case. He and his crew were out celebrating the verdict when a scuffle broke out.

Shottie was allegedly one of three of 6ix9ine’s men who got violent, striking music exec Elliot Grainge’s bodyguards with a chair. Eyewitnesses told police Shottie said, “I’m going to violate you both with gunshots.”

One of Grainge’s bodyguard saw someone in 6ix9ine’s crew reach for something in their waistband. Consequently, he fired his weapon and struck an unidentified member of 6ix9ine’s crew in the abdomen. Shottie then fled the scene.

Two men — 33-year-old Zachary Bunce and 29-year-old Faheem Walter — were arrested shortly after the shooting. They were reportedly hit with gang assault charges.

6ix9ine has been at the center of several altercations. Most recently, he and YG affiliate Slim 400 got into it in Long Beach.