At the end of 2019, Tekashi 6ix9ine he was sentenced to 24 months in prison (the majority of which have already been fulfilled), but it seems that the rapper does not believe that living within a prison during the next few months is a great idea. In accordance with in report Complex, the attorney for Tekashi, Lance Lazzarorequested that for safety reasons, the rapper meets the rest of his sentence in home confinement or in a correctional community, according to legal documents.
Apparently, Tekashi is concerned about his well-being because members of the Bloods gang who are in prison with him, as he believes that may want to harm after it declared in its judgment on people associated with the gang Nine Trey Gangster Bloods. As well described by Lazzaro the situation:
“As a result of the cooperation of Hernandez with the government against multiple gang members of the Bloods gang, the security of Hernandez continues, and will continue to be in the foreseeable future, seriously at risk”.
The documents tell also that given the significant and ongoing threat to the safety of Hernandez as a result of their past and potential future cooperation, “the government has presented documents that require Hernandez to stay locked up in a private jail in an effort to ensure their safety. However, even in the private jail, Hernandez is still hosted with several members of the Crips”.
Shortly after the judgment of Tekashi, Lazzaro revealed how he was the rapper, saying: “It feels a little depressed right now, but it is strong, will survive”.
As part of its cooperation with the officials of the federal government, 6ix9ine he pleaded guilty to nine charges, including multiple counts of racketeering, conspiracy and related crimes with weapons in exchange for a sentence lighter than the mandatory minimum, the 47-year-old against him in the beginning. Even after release, the Office of the Attorney General of the united States you can still contact the rapper to ask him for help in any future research or on-going.
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