Tekashi 6ix9ine doesn’t go very long without taking a shot from someone. It turns out that some people are also afraid of what he is capable of and memories of dealing with the rainbow-hair colored rapper still haunt them.
Back in April 2018, Tekashi 6ix9ine was involved in an armed robbery where the victims Seketha “Skyy L. Daniels” Wonzer and Kevin Dozier suffered great harm, including the loss of significant property and onslaught of severe emotional distress.
After more than three years of the incident, the two victims claim Tekashi and his gang have ruined their careers and lives. The two have opened up about the damage Brooklyn rapper caused them after a broad daylight attack in downtown Manhattan.
“As a result of this entire ordeal, I have suffered greatly from mental anguish and emotional distress. So traumatized by this aftermath, that over a year later, I have had a difficult time getting past the incident suffering from what we believe is post-traumatic stress disorder,” Wonzer revealed.
Wonzer is a mother and grandmother. According to her, the robbery incident caused her so much emotional turmoil and mental damage that she is no longer able to work properly.
“I had terrible nightmares for a long, long time. I would wake up sweating and crying and go to children for comfort. I still get flashbacks sometimes,” Wonzer explained.
Wonzer also claimed that she fled her state in fear that Tekashi’s goons might finish her off. She is taking several anxiety medications and sleep aids to help herself fight depression.
Similarly, Kevin Dozier has also suffered PTSD from the said incident. Dozier revealed he had to leave his job for the same reason of the threat to his life. He reached out to local police to request help, but they refused.
“Sometimes I just go into staring spells when I am caught thinking about what happened and not paying any attention to my surroundings,” Dozier explained. “Every day of my life I live in constant fear that someone (his goons/supporters/constituents) will be sent to finish the job.”
During the robbery, Tekashi filmed the horrifying attack as his companions Denard “Drama” Butler and other Nine Trey members stole jewelry, cash, cameras, and a hard drive with over a decade’s worth of footage from the two victims.
Tekashi then shared the robbery video, which went viral on Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter. Dozier opened up that he is still humiliated daily because of the viral video.
“I myself am there forever on camera. I felt powerless to stop it, and being someone so small on the totem pole, assisting that day, I still feel powerless and am trying to pick up the pieces,” Dozier revealed.
The pair who were unfortunate victims of mistaken identity are seeking a default judgment against Tekashi. Their trauma is at the center of the civil suit, which could end up costing Tekashi 69 million in damages.