One Last Plea: Tekashi 6ix9ine Pens Later To Judge Saying He Felt Stuck With Treyway


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Tekashi 6ix9ine Pens Later To Judge Saying He Felt Stuck With Treyway

On December 18th Tekashi 6ix9ine and his year-long story with Federal agents will come to an end. After taking the stand and pointing the finger at his former Treyway associates and connecting the dots for the feds he has been spending the last month and a half wondering what the outcome will be. While in jail he secured a $10 million dollar deal with his former record label 10k projects which the CEO says isn’t a second change but an opportunity. While the date approaches prosecutors and federal agents have already expressed their pleasure with his testimony and asked the judge for a lighter sentence.

While things are definitely looking in his favor, Tekashi wanted to make one last plea for his freedom. According to PageSix, he penned a heartfelt letter straight to the judge.

“I find it difficult to find the right words to express what my life has been like for the last year,” he wrote in the letter. “It honestly feels like my world is crashing down. There is no excuse, no justification and no apology good enough in this world to explain my crimes … I wake up every morning asking myself was it worth it? I know that my life will never be the same but hopefully this change will be for the better because beyond all of this, I still consider myself a role model to millions of people as an artist, a celebrity, and as a human being.”

The rest of the letter pretty much says, “Yes my life is an example for other artists and people involved in bad stuff but it doesn’t have to end with me in jail for a long amount of time.”

Of course, that’s not exactly what was said but we all know what his point was, you can read it for yourself here. Stay tuned as this time next week we will see how the letters from Tekashi and prosecutors helped with his outcome in front of Judge Paul Engelmayer.

Almost Home: 6ix9ine Gets Sentencing Pushed Up Via Request & Is Likely To Receive Time Served


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6ix9ine Gets Sentencing Pushed Up

Former Treyway member Tekashi 6ix9ine is almost back home with his family.

After being arrested immediately following his November 2018 Breakfast Club interview, the rapper was hit some serious RICO charges–charges which a lot of people were assuming would be his demise. Tekashi took the stand and told on everyone under the sun in a case that had more plot twists than a SAW movie. Kidnapping, shootings, paid hits: it all seems like the perfect biopic for prime time TV. An now, it looks like 6ix9ine may be free to play himself it that ever actually happens.

After his testimony helped put away most of the Nine Trey Bloods (which is a prison gang mostly anyway), prosecutors asked for his sentencing to be moved up from its initially scheduled date in January/February of 2020. To absolutely no one’s surprise, the judge approved this request and the new date is now set for December 28, 2019. This approval almost guarantees a time served sentencing and immediate release back into the free world.

This latest news comes after a weird press release where the has apparently declined witness protection.

If Tekashi does end up being held or doing any of the time in front of him, it would be surprising to a lot of people–but after the performance he put on while on the stand it looks like the state of New York is ready to let him free.

In this scenario, we really don’t know which one would be safer for the rapper, but it looks like we’ll find out sooner than later.

Whether or not you’re a fan of Tekashi 6ix9ine, it’s safe to say this is going to be an interesting saga to watch to say the least.

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Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Ex-GF Says He Abused Her, Had STDs & Impregnated Multiple Women

Sara Molina talks about Tekashi69 abuse.
Sara Molina talks about Tekashi69 abuse.

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Tekashi69’s Baby Mama Says He’s Abusive, Had STDs, Impregnated Multiple Women

Sara Molina, the mother of Tekashi69’s 3-year-old says he beat her so bad once, she couldn’t even open her eyes. While Tekashi sits in federal prison for other charges, the rapper has never been arrested for domestic violence. Sara, 23, has opened up to Daily Beast about episodes of abusive she allegedly endured, some of the attacks having to be thwarted by Tekashi’s own manager Shotti.

The young mother speaking now because she says she ready to reclaim her own life.

Sara says their 7-year relationship ended just weeks before his arrest. Tekashi had cheated again with the bartender involved in the Cardi B lawsuit (Jade) and fought Sara for the last time before she left. Tekashi allegedly told Sara that his relationship with Jade was a “diversion” so his enemies and the Feds wouldn’t harass her in the hotel he evicted her to after a fight. SMH.

Here they are at a Nets game back in October.

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Hit the flip for excerpts from Sara’s interview, detailing abuse at the hands of Tekashi before his arrest.

Tekashi 6ix9ine Reportedly Hires Security For Family After Pleading Guilty & Working With The Feds


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Tekashi 6ix9ine Reportedly Ups His Family Security After Cutting A Federal Deal

According to TMZ, Tekashi69 is dropping a BAG to keep his family safe after he entered a guilty plea and is willingly cooperating with the feds.

Since his arrest in November, he’s reportedly been spending thousands on personal security for his mother in the event that someone is looking o retaliate against him for turning into an informant.  If you can recall, 6ix9ine pled guilty to 8 counts in addition to implicating members of the Nine Trey Bloods in multiple crimes.

Tekashi was reportedly responsible for naming the alleged trigger man in the attempted shooting of Chief Keef (leading to an indictment).

Tekashi’s attorney, Dawn Florio, tells TMZ; “6ix9ine has the means to pay for his family’s private security, so the government expects the money to come out of his pocket to protect his closest family members.” She says the government would step in if, at some point, Tekashi can’t afford the security.

6ix9ine is set to be sentenced next January, and his deal with prosecutors requires him to continue working with the feds.

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