The 23-year-old rapper is scared to death as he thinks he will be killed soon in prison.
Pleaded The Judge
Tekashi 6ix9ine snitched on the Bloods gang to reduce his sentence, and now he is afraid for his life. According to sources, Tekashi has asked the judge to let him finish his two-year sentence at home. He is ready to be home arrested if it means he would be far away from prison.
According to sources, he said if the home arrest is not feasible, then he would appreciate a community correctional facility too. Tekashi is reportedly scared that he has made some enemies in the joint.
A Man In Jail
Daniel Hernandez, stage name Tekashi 6ix9ine is an artist and has even released an album while in jail. He said he is in danger after giving testimony against his former peers in the Nine Trey Gangster Bloods gang. Tekashi’s attorney Lance Lazzaro reported this through legal documents.
Tekashi 6ix9ine, who hails from Bushwick, New York, said the gang has a man at the jail he is serving his sentence at.
Tekashi was handed the two-year sentence just last month. This new communication comes just after a month of that decision. He has already served 14 months out of his 2-year sentence. He is expected to be released from prison this October. Although, his attorney is already trying to get him out before that.
I Got My Music Career Because Of The Gang
In a testimony, Tekashi said that he owed his career to the gang affiliation. He said he got street credibility, videos, music, and protection from the gang. He said he had made some bad choices, but that doesn’t make him a wrong person.
Tekashi was given a minimum sentence of 37 years before he cooperated with the authorities. Judge Engelmayer extended his appreciation for Tekashi’s support. Now it is said that he risked his own life to put the gang members behind bars. He did it for the law, but now he is afraid for his own life.