Tekashi 6ix9ine writes letter to judge with the hope of reducing his sentence


Tekashi 6ix9ine is willing all to reduce your next sentence in prison, so you’ve presented a new letter to the judge in charge of his case, which he says feel “overwhelmed by emotions”.

TMZ unveiled this Thursday the rapper of 23 years whose real name is Daniel Hernandezpresented a document which he claims has “reflected” on their actions.

“As we approach the date of my sentence, I feel more and more overwhelmed by the emotions… I honestly feel that my world is crumbling. There is No excuse, no justification, and no apology good enough in this world to explain my crimes,” reads the document.

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While I was incarcerated, I had time to reflect on the recklessness and the stupidity of my decisions. I wake up every morning wondering if it was worth it

The musician is also considered a model to follow “for millions of people” with the hope that others can learn about the consequences of their mistakes.

Finally he says he feels “relieved” by the arrest of the two members of his former gang Nine Trey Bloods, but said it was not “a victim” but if I felt remorse for wasting their opportunities.

The judgment of Tekashi is programamdo to the next 18 of December.