Nine Trey Gangsters
The Nine Trey Gangsters are a group of prison-gang of gangsters from Rikers Island in the East River between Queens and the Bronx in New York City. They are a violent subgroup, or sect of the United Blood Nation, which itself is a sect of the Bloods.
They are rivals with the dominant Latin Kings.
The Nine Trey Gangsters gang was formed sometime in 1993 by Omar Portee, also known as "O.G. Mack" or "Godfather Mack", and Leopard McKenzie.
The Nine Trey Gangsters members are mostly African-American males, but some of them are also Asian, Hispanic (mostly of Mestizo descent), and European American.
Known Nine Trey Gangsters Members
- Daniel "Tekashi 6ix9ine" Hernandez - rapper, singer-songwriter and media personality.
- Omar "O.G. Mack" Portee - the co-founder of the Nine Trey Gangsters, as well as the United Blood Nation gang.
- Kifano "Shotti" Jordan - Trinidadian-born American music executive.
Daniel "Tekashi 6ix9ine" Hernandez