Tekashi69’s Request Was Denied By The Judge
New York-based rapper Daniel Hernandez, known as 6ix9ine or Tekashi69, wanted to finish his sentences at home because he was concerned about his life safety in prison. He sent a letter to the government for this request.
In 2018, 6ix9ine was sentenced after being charged with sharing videos of an underage girl on social media, becoming a member of the Nine Trey Gangster Bloods, and a number of crimes such as murder, drug trafficking, and armed robbery.
According to TMZ, Judge Paul Engelmayer denied this request because of the seriousness of Tekashi’s crimes and ruled that he would spend the entire sentence in prison.
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Back on 15 January, the judge announced that 6ix9ine would be given a two-year sentence after the cooperation with the police, meaning that he could be out from the prison in August 2020. He admitted to gang memberships of many famous names in the rap world. After 69’s confessions, the music world declared him as a ‘snitch.’
After the cooperation with the police, he thinks that Nine Trey gang members will harm him and therefore wants to finish his sentence under house arrest.
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