American Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is the one person who has benefitted from the coronavirus. On Thursday, his attorney stated that Teskashi’s severe asthma and previous treatment for Bronchitis. makes him extremely vulnerable to coronavirus
Tekashi 6ix9ine to spend his remaining sentence from home
Tekashi 6ix9ine has four months’ worth of punishment left and will spend it in his home. His conviction comes from the Nine Trey Blood Gang case. He spent his time in prison on charges after being related to gang-related activities. He will be tracked 24/7 with a GPS ankle monitor.
The charges against 6ix9ine were racketeering. Assault with dangerous weapons. Carrying firearms, and murder charges. Tekashi joined the gang in 2017 but left a year in. The Nine Trey Bloods robbed dealt with drugs and have violent encounters with rival gangs.
Initially, he was charged with a much higher sentence. But 6ix9ine gave information and snitched about 2 of his gang members, Anthony Ellison and Aljermiah Mack.
Earlier, The US District Judge Paul Engelmayer stated that the current crisis makes particular circumstances for the release of Tekashi. It was also said that Tekashi would not be a significant threat to the community.
In October 2019, The rapper signed a $10 million record deal. Moreover. He will be allowed to return to social media once he serves his sentence.
Further, The coronavirus pandemic has created immense pressure among prisons and the medical staff. They have been trying to avert the crisis from the jails. But, releasing criminals from prisons is a considerable risk for society. The question that comes up here is who deserves to be freed from their sentences? Some countries have released non-violent offenders in an attempt to reduce the chances of any spread of the virus amongst the inmates.
The location of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s residence will not be revealed. To reduce his sentence, Tekashi testified against his gang members, which has inevitably put him at high risk. He will be in an unknown location and complete sentence.
Tekashi has refused any witness protection. He plans to make music in the future.