Before anyone becomes a paranoia mental unnecessary. This news may have many different readings, and you can’t believe that from here we position ourselves in one or another place. This is not about the celebration of something positive, even if the side of 6ix9ine it has been treated as such. The Brooklyn artist has been sentenced to four years of probation for the case of child abuse that came atormentándole from 2015. This means that, possibly, Tekashi not be able to return to be as contentious as it has been until now, but at least, you should not enter in prison.
Tekashi 6ix9ine been spared the worst-case scenario for him
God is good. God is… GOOD!
The rapper born as Daniel Hernandez was in trouble after several recordings to go out to the light, in which he was seen having sex with a young girl of 13 years.
The artist was found not guilty, but was forced to meet a series of conditions to prevent their entry into the prison, as to pass the GED exam, something we already achieved.
It should be noted that the resolution of the trial has been delayed until now, because they have suffered up to 19 delays by blur with the tests and other paperwork.
The bodyguard 6ix9ine, involved in a shooting
Tekashi will have to carry out 1,000 hours of work community. In addition, it has strictly forbidden to interact with bands or post pictures with explicit content -sexual or violent – next to women or minors.
The worst part of the celebration by the resolution of the case 6ix9ine has taken one of their bodyguard. As have informed from TMZ the man was involved in a quarrel with another security guard in a New York restaurant, when a third man began to shootback , wounding one of them in the stomach.
This has happened hours after that in the court you will require to the rapper who was kept away from the conflicts, but certainly the hair rainbow has had nothing to do with it. Let’s hope that he behaves well from now on and stay well away from prisons.
We are still mourning the loss of Jon James, who died while filming a music video.