Tekashi 6ix9ine plans for his next album after getting out of prison


Tekashi 6ix9ine you can finish the rest of your sentence 24 months in casadespués that a judge issued the ruling April 2 out of concern that the coronavirus would jeopardize the health of the rapper.

Complex he talked with his lawyer Dawn Florio shortly after announcing the decision and asked if I could continue making music while he was confined at home.

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If he can continue making music

Florio then confirmed that the contract of $10 million dollars between 6ix9ine and 10K Projectsbut they would have to figure out how to make that happen while the majority of the people practice social distancing.

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“What that will do is that already has that progress to 10K Projects. Then you have to take out a album in Spanish and an English-language album. So that’s going to be working,” explained the lawyer.

“We were really trying to figure out the logistics of how it would work that. It is more difficult due to the coronavirus, because you don’t want strange people coming in to set up a studio where he is going to be.

Tekashi 6ix9ine in the trials that led him to serve a sentence of 18 months in prison for various crimes involved with the nine trey blood gang

The controversial rapper was released from Detention center of Queens and you will spend the last four months of his conviction at home. Surprisingly, you can use the social networks.