In New York, Tekashi 6ix9ine was sentenced to jail in his racketeering case in December 2019. The embattled Brooklyn rapper was given a further 24 months in prison which was added to the 13 months he’d already served, a far cry from the 47 years he was initially facing. But due to his cooperation with the government, resuming his previous life will undoubtedly be a challenge.
Planning To Leave The City
According to TMZ, 6ix9ine is already plotting his exit. He reportedly plans to escape the New York City as soon as he’s released. Sources on the brink of the Dummy artist say he wants to urge the distance from his hometown. As possible and is bent fixing a residence with “Fort Knox-like security.”
However, 6ix9ine received five years of supervised release as a part of his sentence and can need permission from the federal probation department to manoeuvre out of state first.
Security To Be His Top Priority
6ix9ine is reportedly committed to resuming his rap career but putting security measures in his new place is his top priority.
He allegedly wants to avoid security guards. With any gang affiliation and instead, hire former enforcement officers or ex-military who are licensed to hold firearms — which will also be tough. Several of his old security guards said no amount of cash is worth protecting him.
While 6ix9ine still has several months. To think on his sentence, it’s unclear when exactly he’s getting out of the prison. The 85 Percent Rule could mean he’s out as early as July, but that is still to know.
6ix9ine was taken into police custody in November 2018 alongside former manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan.
The music app, Spotify has enlisted longtime radio. Host Angie Martinez to speak about the Welcome To Infamous: The Tekashi 6ix9ine Story, a podcast that goes into every small detail about his life.