6ix9ine eschews prison sentence.
Blog King, Mass Appeal
NEW YORK – East coast lyricist Tekashi 6ix9ine (real name Daniel Hernandez) is good at dodging bullets in both a literal and figurative sense. The embattled entertainer eluded another hollowpoint on Wednesday after pleading guilty to the alleged assault of a New York City police officer. But he’s still in hot water with the FBI. If you recall, the wildly tattooed rapper got busted in May for driving with a suspended license. While being apprehended, 6ix9ine reportedly squeezed a cop’s hand — leading to an additional infraction.
However, to eschew jail time, 6ix9ine showed up inside a Brooklyn courtroom and admitted guilt to disorderly conduct and, as a corollary, prosecutors nixed his misdemeanor assault charge.
— Complex (@Complex) November 29, 2018
6ix9ine is certainly no stranger to the litigation process. Back in 2015, the 22-year-old artist pleaded guilty to using a 13-year-old lass for sexual purposes which he inexplicably recorded and shared online. 6ix9ine was consequently ordered to perform 1,000 hours of community service.
The crazed millennial was also put on 4 years probation and he must abstain from gang activity or end up behind bars. In case you didn’t know, 6ix9ine dons a lot of red apparel in his music videos and he’s known to party with trigger-happy ‘Bloods’ in metropolitan New York.
Anyway, 6ix9ine claims the young girl lied about her age prior to the ordeal.
He was also the target of a recent shooting that went down at a Beverly Hills estate. 6ix9ine was busy recording a music video with Kanye West and Nicki Minaj when someone fired several shots into the $80 million dollar residence. Fortunately, nobody was hit.
FBI agents are now trying to bust 6ix9ine on RICO charges.
Is it time for him to slow down?
Does prison time await?
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