Tekashi 6ix9ine was sent to prison for two years. However, according to his attorney, Tekashi 6ix9ine will be released from prison on 2 August. The 23-year-old rapper. Who’s actual name is Daniel Hernandez, was sent to 24 months in prison. With an additional five years of supervised release.
Perfect Model Prisoner
Speaking to some sources, attorney Dawn Florio revealed that he had been the ideal model prisoner since his incarceration. He was arrested back in November 2018 and almost stayed for 47 years in prison after admitting to joining the Nine Trey Bloods gang which he gave financial support. He had been booked under federal counts which include charges of racketeering, conspiracy, drug trafficking and firearms offences.
Tekashi 6ix9ine is famous and known to people for his song Gummo. According to the court documents obtained by some sources, 69 took fellow gang member you der his custody to gun down a rap rival Chief Keef in June 2018 to maintain or increase my standing in Nine Trey.
However, his willingness to cooperate with authorities ended up granting him a more lenient sentence.
The Music Video Got Them Together
When two gang members came for their trial in September, Tekashi said that the shooting of the music video for his hit song, Gummo, in August 2017 made him introduce himself to Nine Trey Bloods members and he was shown some pictures from the clip and asked by prosecutors to identify those who came up on the camera.
It occurred to one point when Tekashi found two men who were on trial – pointing at defendants Anthony ‘Harv’ Ellison and Aljermiah ‘Nuke’ Mack, saying they were one of the Nine Trey gang members. The judges cleared out everything and settled on an eligible bond.
Also, Tekashi was able to identify a few other gang members and report it to the judge.