While jailed rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine may be known for his hard-hitting lyrics, his music may soon be known for convicting his fellow gang member and manager. The music videos and lyrics from his songs are now reportedly going to be used by prosecutors as evidence in the criminal case against Nuke and Harv.

Anthony Ellison (Harv) and Aljermiah Mack (Nuke) are facing pending criminal trials, which according to court documents obtained by The Blast, will use the music from Tekashi 6ix9ine as evidence to seek a conviction of the former manager and Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang member, respectively.

Prosecutors want to enter into evidence the testimony from Tekashi 6ix9ine as well as his music videos for “Gummo,” “Kooda,” “Billy,” and “Don’t Run” as they believe it contains members of the Nine Trey gang and lyrics that refer to rival disputes that the rapper had, according to the news outlet.

Harv and Nuke were indicted in an attempt to kidnap and rob Tekashi 6ix9ine last year, allegedly stealing $750,000 worth of jewelry and $20,000 in cash. The two will face trial next month.

Tekashi 6ix9ine, who is currently awaiting trial on nine felony counts including racketeering, has entered into a plea deal with the prosecutors in exchange for information on his co-defendants. He pleaded guilty to all nine counts against him.

According to Tekashi 6ix9ine’s girlfriend, Jade, the rapper may be coming home from jail within six months as she posted to social media a cryptic message that seemed to refer to his release and has since edited the post.