Tekashi 6ix9ine Sentenced To 24 Months, 300 Hours Community Service


Rapper and Nine Trey gang affiliate Tekashi 6ix9ine's sentencing has finally passed down and the New York native is looking at 24 months total behind bars, with 5 years supervised release, 300 hours community service and a $35,000 fine awaiting him upon leaving prison. So far, Tekashi has been locked up for 13 months so 11 months to go – a late 2020 release is the plan!

The Inner City Press was in the building as the judge and lawyers dialogued and reportedly, the "FEFE" rapper told the courts he plans to turn his life around for the better upon release and cited a tough upbringing to which his biological father attempted to add to, but the judge denied word.


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