Tekashi 6ix9ine goes to jail for 2 years


Tekashi 6ix9ine will go to prison claims a new report on page six. Judge Paul Engelmayer of the federal court in Manhattan sentenced the hip-hop artist to two years in jail on Wednesday. Earlier this year, prosecutors asked the judge to be easy with Tekashi 6ix9ine because of his stellar cooperation with federal authorities.

As previously reported, Tekashi 6ix9ine was looking at more than 50 years in prison before starting to cooperate with the police. However, reports suggest that the rapper was willing to talk to the authorities at the time they began their interrogation.

23 year old Gummo The artist, whose real name is Daniel Hernández, allegedly "begged,quot; the judge to have mercy and also seemed a bit disheveled by the fact that his father was in court that day with him. Daniel had not seen his father since he was 9 years old.

Reportedly, Daniel said aloud when he saw his father: “Is it a joke? With everything that happened? ”In addition, Daniel Hernández's father, whose name is also Daniel, allegedly asked to say something on behalf of his son, but was killed by the judge.

Engelmayer, the judge in the case, reportedly told Daniel's father that it was too late to speak on behalf of his son, since he had wasted it many years ago. Mr. Hernández has reportedly not spoken to his son since he was expelled from his mother's house. Daniel was there to say he loved his son.

As previously reported, Tekashi was watching many decades behind bars when federal authorities first arrested him near the beginning of the year. However, he made a deal with the government to avoid going to jail for a long time.

Apparently, Tekashi 6ix9ine seemed "tearful,quot; during the sentence that day. At the moment, it is not known if Hernandez will seek federal government protection in the witness protection program.


Tekashi 6ix9ine faced a conviction on charges of organized crime among other violent charges, but to defeat Anthony Ellison and Aljermiah Mack, the feds needed their cooperation.

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