Tekashi 6ix9ine might be the only guy who benefitted from coronavirus. The 23-year-old rapper is spending the last 4 months of his prison sentence under house confinement. However, he has no prohibition on social media usage. But Tekashi claims he will be on his best behavior and won’t get into any fights.
Tekashi 6ix9ine ‘snitched’ on his friends:
Daniel Hernandez aka Tekashi 6ix9ine was sentenced to 2 years in prison back in 2018. His charges were racketeering and possession of illegal weapons. Moreover, the rapper was facing more than a decade behind bars. But he cut a deal with the authorities to snitch on his gang Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. Tekashi agreed to testify against fellow gang members. He even snitched out Cardi B as a member. Moreover, he may be under witness protection under a new deal.
Tekashi 6ix9ine suffers from asthma and a history of bronchitis. So, an NYC judge accepted his appeal for home sentence considering the coronavirus pandemic. He is just as well known for his online trolling, as rapping. Which brings us to his dilemma.
Social media without any interaction?
Now, Tekashi 6ix9ine is allowed to like, comment, share, etc on social media. However, his probation officer is watching each and every step. His attorney Dawn Florio says he will not be starting any beefs, trolling, or promoting any gang affiliation. Moreover, he will actually use social media to promote his new music. You can expect Tekashi to be a good guy on social media for the next years unless he intentionally wants to get in trouble.
He already marked his return on Instagram by trolling L.A. Mayor Garcetti. Under an article headlined “LA Mayor offering rewards for snitching on businesses open in lockdown”, Tekashi commented: ‘Coming to the rescue’. Fans are looking forward to his next album, a $10 million deal he struck despite being imprisoned.