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The case of Tekashi 6ix9ine it has been a topic of discussion since it was unveiled the news of his arrest and subsequent prosecution on charges of organized crime, weapons and drugs. After multiple negotiations, hearings, depositions, and others, seems to be that because the rapper is ready to get on with your life once you fulfill his sentence of 24 months in prison at the end of this year.

According to the portal TMZthe rapper would be considering the option of moving out of New York once out of pressure, this is for security reasons, after having cooperated with the authorities in the case of Nine Trey Blood, which earned him much criticism from the community of hip-hop.

Given the conditions of his sentence, which includes five years of probation if the rapper specific your move to another town, it would be in the hands of the federal department for consideration. If approved this request, it is not yet known the place that Tekashi move.

Once out of prison, 6ix9ine it will reinforce its security team and will be accompanied by two or more bodyguards at the same time. Added to this, one of the requirements ask for those in charge of its safekeeping is that they have received military education, or have licenses to carry weapons, in accordance with Complex.

Shamir Bolivarsecurity expert, told Complex this could cost millions to the rapper, because he is a figure who is a witness to a case at the federal level.

“To protect a client involved as a witness in a federal case does not have any precedent. This will be a case study of how a witness looking to re-enter in the world of entertainment”.

It is expected that the rapper’s return to the recording studio once I finish his sentence in order to comply with the agreement USD $ 10 million he signed with the label 10K Projects. Despite the fact that you have the desire to continue making music, precisely for reasons of safety, a tour is not among the plans of Tekashi for the time being.

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