Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine sentenced to two years in prison

Tekashi69 has finally learned his fate. "The attacks would not have happened without you".

Someone said: 'She knew getting on live today was gonna get her clout, ' and someone else addressed something that Sara said in the video: 'she said that so normal "he gone punch me in my face"'. While Judge Engelmayer agreed that the defendant deserved "a great deal of credit" for his cooperation, he was adamant that he could not bring himself to agree with Lazzaro that time served was appropriate.

The 23-year-old rapper, née Daniel Hernandez, appeared in court on Wednesday, where he was sentenced to a term of 24 months (two years) in prison, with five years of supervised release.

- Inner City Press (@innercitypress) December 18, 2019Judge Engelmayer: Next was Chief Keef, He was in NY, you were in LA.

He has already served almost 13 months in a federal jail, which will count toward his sentence.

In November 2018, officials arrested 6ix9ine and his associates on racketeering and firearm charges, accusing each of conspiring as part of a "criminal organization" through violence and drug trafficking.

He also said that, "On or about March 20, 2018, I helped members of Nine Trey attempt to kill a rival gang member", adding that he participated in a robbery at gunpoint in April and sold a kilo of heroin in 2017.

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He is also sentenced sentenced to 300 hours of community service and a $35,000 fine. Ellison was also found guilty of 6ix9ine's kidnapping, while Mack was convicted of distributing drugs.

Before the sentence was handed down, his father raised his hand from the gallery to speak on behalf of his long-lost son, but was forcefully shot down by the judge.

After his arrest, Tekashi 6ix9ine shed the outlaw reputation he'd curated online and testified against his gang mates earlier this year, causing some to label him a "snitch".

The rapper previously faced a minimum of 47 years in prison prior to his cooperation. He is lucky that the court had reduced that number to just two years. He said that the rapper will be needing security 24/7. He said Tekashi 6ix9ine began talking freely about the gang's activities when the Federal Bureau of Investigation offered him protection the day before he was arrested.

But the gang also used him, tapping its new member for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Instead, he would opt for the living-in-plain sight approach and had planned to recruit a personal security detail for him and his family because he meant to resume his music career when he gets out.

Tekashi's lawyers had asked for time served for the rapper, who will be sprung from prison in late 2020.

  • Michelle Webb