Tekashi69 got his trial date in court Monday morning after he entered a plea in his federal racketeering case.
The rapper, who has been in jail since Nov. 18, was in court, where he entered a not guilty plea. The judge set his trial date for September 4.
The issue of bail was not addressed in court, but his attorney, Lance Lazzaro, plans to apply for bail directly to the trial judge. Tekashi was denied bail when Lazzaro offered to pay $750k, surrender his passport and remain on house arrest.
Tekashi and 2 former associates, including his manager, Shottie, were arrested by federal agents on racketeering and other serious charges. According to arrest documents, Tekashi and his former team conspired to commit crimes, including drug deals, armed robberies and shootings.
The feds believe Tekashi himself pulled an armed robbery on April 3 along with his ex-manager, Shottie, and 2 other members of the Nine Trey Bloods.
The indictment also mentions the April 21 shooting incident at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. In all, the indictment lists 17 counts dating back to 2013.
Tekashi was moved to a new detention center just in time for Thanksgiving.