Rapper Tekashi 69 (real name Daniel Hernandez) was released from prison on Thursday. He was sentenced to jail for two years for firearms and racketeering charges last December. However, the rapper was released from a Manhattan prison early due to COVID-19. The Rapper requested the judge to release him as he is asthma patient and more prone to the disease.
The rapper is known for trolling celebs on social media and getting involved in a feud with other people. The real question is. Now that the rapper is back at home, will he be trolling people on social media? Read further to find out.
Tekashi’s Lawyer’s Statement About ‘FEFE’ Star’s Social Media
The rapper may be out of jail, but it looks like he will not be back on his social media like before. His lawyers stated that the rapper would be keeping a low profile on social media.
The rapper’s attorney, Lance Lazzaro, commented that the rapper has no restriction while using social media despite the fact he is on five years of supervised probation. Lazzaro told the sources that the rapper would not post anything inflammatory on social media. He also said that he would use his common sense before posting anything there.
Double confirmation was made by his other lawyer, Dawn Florio, who confirmed the 23-year-old rapper would not be starting any casual kinds of beef on social media. Florio made sure that the rapper also won’t be promoting any gangster affiliation, either. Earlier the rapper acted as an agent to the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods but ended up turning them on.
Rapper’s Comeback On Social Media With A Witty Comment
The rapper made a witty comment on a post about Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti offering rewards for citizens who ‘snitch’ on businesses violating the stay-at-home order due to the coronavirus outbreak, with Tekashi commenting, ‘Coming to the rescue.’
The rapper is back, but he will be monitored and will be allowed to leave the house only to seek medical help or to visit his attorney.