Hours after 6ix9ine testified about his alleged kidnapping in court on Wednesday (Sept. 18), footage from the alleged incident surfaced online.

In the footage of the kidnapping, which purportedly took place on July 22, 2018, we can see 6ix9ine being forced out of his car by who the video labels Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods member Anthony “Harv” Ellison. Prosecutors allege that Ellison kidnapped the rapper, and now, Tekashi is testifying against Ellison and his Ellison's fellow Nine Trey member Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack in court. 6ix9ine's driver, Jorge Rivera, was also in the car at the time of the kidnapping.

In the video, you can hear Tekashi pleading with Ellison as another man demands his valuables. The activity in the video lines up with tweets from Inner City Press reporter Matthew Russell Lee, who has been live-tweeting details about Tekashi's testimony from the courtroom at Manhattan's Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse since Tuesday.

According to Lee, 6ix9ine said Ellison ran up to his car with a gun and ordered him to get out of the vehicle. The rapper also reportedly claimed that Ellison forced him into another car where they grabbed his backpack containing 6ix9ine's laptop. Tekashi, whose songs were played in court, alleges that they ended up robbing him for his jewelry after they drove him to the spot where the mother of his child was living.

You can watch 6ix9ine's kidnapping video and read tweets about his court testimony below.

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