Tekashi 6ix9ine Sentenced to 2 Years in Prison in Drugs & Weapons Case

Tekashi 6ix9ine Sentenced to 2 Years in Prison in Drugs & Weapons Case

Tekashi 6ix9ine Sentenced to 2 Years in Prison in Drugs & Weapons Case

Reportedly, due to 13 months already served, 69 could be out in late 2020.

Examining both the FEDS and the DA are both on the same page, for this severe case, Judge Engelmayer is putting faith in both parties for Tekashi.

Hernandez was indicted in November 2018 along with other gang members.

During his testimony, 6ix9ine told prosecutors that he and other members of Nine Trey participated in myriad crimes such robberies, assaults, and drug peddling.

Tekashi was facing a minimum of 37 years in prison for multiple charges including racketeering and firearms.

6ix9ine originally pleaded not guilty and claimed his gangster image was "an act" to help boost his career. "For the better part of a year, you were part of a violent gang". "In furtherance of this shooting, I knew that a member of Nine Trey discharged a gun". His snitching, which prosecutors called "extraordinary" and "extremely useful", led to the conviction of his former gang affiliates, Anthony "Harv" Ellison and Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack.

"Tekashi Snitch9" was the inspiration behind many social media memes and conversations this year following the rapper's detailed testimony.

6ix9ine spoke freely on the stand. He also said that the rapper is not the typical cooperator and that he will be the target of gangs. He and his legal team were pursuing leniency in sentencing in return for his cooperation, and he's been hinging his hopes on an early release or at the very least, a reduced sentence.

"I realize that I placed myself in this position with the choices that I made". He once more accused Molina of having a sexual affair with one of the members of the Nine Trey Bloods gang. "The attacks would not have happened without you". "I know there is no apology that can kill off the pain we have all been effected by". Before you, the gang didn't fight with rap entourages. They got something out of it.

The day before Tekashi's court records were unsealed in February, three additional men were implicated in the attempted shooting of the rapper's rival Chief Keef, Page Six reported. "It's a common motif..." He noted that many artists sing about organized crime, citing Bruce Springsteen's "Murder Incorporated". "I failed these people. they believed in Daniel Hernandez". By the time you began with Nine Trey, you were a nationally famous rapper. Engelmayer said he caused mayhem around the city and used the gang as his "personal hit squad". I am not buying that. I agree you deserve a great deal of credit for cooperation. You're learned a hard lesson here.

"It wasn't the gang's business model to go after a rapper", the judge said.

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