UNITED STATES.- Tekashi 6ix9ine continues to receive good news, because then he would be allowed to continue his sentence with house arrest due to contingencies arising from the COVID-19, the rapper will now be able to record music videos from your patio.
According to information from TMZ, the judge Engelmayer granted permission to the famous “to perform employment-related activities outside the residence but within the limits of the rented property”.
In the documents, the judge points out that Tekashi you can perform employment-related activities for 2 hours per week and 1 specific day that you need prior approval of the probation officer. It also allows you to work in your basement, but is “limited to not more than a period of 8 hours per day” with a schedule also approved by the probation officer.
It should be remembered that Tekashi made the request last week and told the judge that his probation officer was aware of the request and had no objections. All that was needed was the approval of the judge and now you have it.
Tekashi has every intention of releasing new music, and now dropped a major clue that something will come may 8, as he went to his official Instagram to announce it.