Tekashi 6ix9ine’s manager charged in security guard shooting

Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine’s manager turned himself over to cops Wednesday for his involvement in a shooting last week.

Police charged 36-year-old Kifano Jordan — aka Shottie — with gang assault and criminal possession of a weapon for bashing a restaurant security guard over the head with a chair during a dustup inside a Madison Avenue restaurant on Friday, police sources said.

6ix9nine and crew went to Philippe Chow to celebrate the “Gummo” rapper’s getting only probation on a child-sex charge in Manhattan court earlier that day.

But restaurant security wouldn’t admit 6ix9nine’s entourage, so Jordan allegedly cracked a chair over the guard’s head, prompting him to whip out a licensed pistol and shoot Jordan twice in the torso.

Jordan, who acts as 6ix9ine’s manager, fled along with two others, cops said.

Zachary Bunce, 33, of Wyandanch, Long Island, and Faheem Walter, 29, of Brooklyn, were both arrested the day after the incident and hit with gang assault charges, police said.

The guard was questioned but not charged, police said.

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