Tekashi 6ix9ine not only managed to save himself from spending nearly four decades in prison, but will be released in August of this year.
According to department of Public Affairs of the Bureau of Prisons of New York, the rapper of 23 years whose real name is Daniel Hernandez he was granted the date of August 2, 2020 as its day of release.
In turn the lawyer of 6ix9ine, Lance Lazzaro, confirmed via Complex that “the inmate Hernandez has a release date scheduled for August 2, 2020″.
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Tekashi originally faced a sentence of up to 37 years on federal charges of conspiracy, attempt to murder, conspiracy to distribute heroin and four counts related to firearms during his participation in the gang Nine Trey Bloods.
But at the end of their cooperation with the authorities will be reduced this sentence to two years behind bars and five years of probation.
At one point Lazzaro asked a judge that Hernandez be allowed to conclude his sentence under house arrest, which was denied.
According to judge Paul Engelmayer ruled that the prison sentence was “necessary in this case… [para] reflect the seriousness of their crimes.”