Tekashi 6ix9ine Gets New Fixed Sentence Over Convict

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Tekashi 6ix9ine Gets New Fixed Sentence Over Convict

Tekashi 6ix9ine headlines since his testimony against Nine Trey Bloods has great disturbance, confusion, or uncertainty, in the culture. Series of diverse peers in hip-hop, Tekashi is swimming several ton of threat with reactions, his fellow rap counterparts are totally not in support of his snitchng to federal authorities. Is a street code sin of course in hip-hop culture.

His fanbase, hopefully set their sight on FEFE to get released although that might not come to light till next year. Tekashi testifying to fed is an inflection that left some rap vents. tug him out. The rainbow hair rapper rising to fame is mostly inspired via media coverage, threats and fights extensive putting this notable restriction on his self-titled career as a rapper. He took upon himself to stand and testify against two of his Nine Tr3y Gangsta Blood affiliates. Remember Tekashi engaged with Fed. as of last November when he was arrested for his misdemeanor and run-in he had with Nine Trey Bloods gang which threats him as well.

However, 69 turn himself to the cops last year meanwhile he has been behind bars for a very long time though not up to 365 days probably next month gives a year in jail.

As we well know, he chose the latter and testified for three days out of a two-week trial against two men who he claimed kidnapped, robbed, and threatened to kill him after relationships went sour within the Nine Trey organization. Both of those men were found guilty on racketeering charges Thursday, and a jury also found Anthony “Harv” Ellison guilty of kidnapping the rapper, just as Tekashi and his driver claimed he did in July 2018.

While revealing his Nine Trey inner workings, Tekashi admitted even Ellison stopped by and threatened him with gun yet took his chains.

Prosecutors said they were waiting for the verdicts for Ellison and the other defendant, Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack, to be determined before sentencing 6ix9ine as part of his guilty plea. Inner City Press reported Thursday that the scheduled date for Tekashi’s sentencing will be January 24, 2020. The rapper, born Daniel Hernandez, testified that he was hoping his cooperation would get him time served. If that’s the case, he could very well be home in the next few months.

According to report, Tekashi planned to reject the witness protection program and wants to continue on the path of his rap career. Now that the case is over – as the rest of the gang members involved in the RICO case have all plead guilty – only time will tell what is next for Tekashi 6ix9ine.

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