Jim Jones is just one of the people Tekashi 6ix9ine outed yesterday during his third day of testimony in the trial of Nine Trey Bloods Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack and Anthony "Harv" Ellison.
After 6ix9ine identified Jones as Nine Trey, prosecutors played audio in which Capo is be heard telling Nine Trey boss Mel Murda -- who used to be in Byrd Gang -- that Tekashi needs to be hurt.
"That's cool but now he got to get violated," the Dipset rapper told Mel.
"Yeah, super violated," Mel responds. "Super, duper."
A transcript of that discussion has actually been around for a while, but we didn't know Jones was the person talking to Murda.
Jimmy then said the Nine Trey leader Shotti needs to make sure people know that Tekashi was never a gang member, and he was only a "money play" for the gang members.
"He not even a gang member no more,"Jones said. "That's what Shotti need to make sure he do. Tell that n**** he's not a gang member anymore ... He better get to violating. He better stalk shorty every move. One of them security better get hit. Something better happen. "