Tekashi 6ix9ine snitched on even more rappers in Manhattan federal court, factually alleging that Dipset rapper Jim Jones was a part of the Bloods of the East Coast gang Nine Trey and Cardi B.
The rapper (RapTV) Tekashi 6ix9ine was sentenced in Manhattan federal court to two years in jail and five years of supervised release. Tekashi, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, was sentenced by Paul Engelmayer, the judge handling the prosecution, but he lauded his collaboration with investigators. Hernandez pled guilty to multiple charges linked to his association with the Bloods of the Nine Trey Gangsta and testified against members of the gang.
The liberation of Tekashi from jail was set for 2 Aug. 2020. Yet he was given an early parole after his counsel petitioned the Federal Department of Corrections to make the artist complete the remainder of his time at home owing to concerns of coronavirus.
- 6ix9ine is able to contribute to social media, according to his representative Dawn Florio. It will serve the remainder of his term under house arrest where he hopes to focus on several ventures. 6ix9ine allegedly signed an eight-figure record deal last October with 10 K Ventures.
- 6ix9ine, who appeared against his former colleagues and the founders of Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack, pled guilty in January 2019 with a racketeering scheme and eight other offences.
In November, Brooklyn-based rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, known for his rainbow-coloured hair and popular face tattoos, said: “King and the FBI” were the two items he dreaded.
With the release of an uncompromising tape event, it all started:
In 2018, for pornographic recordings he made of an underage child, 6ix9ine was sentenced to four years of probation. He was later charged with minor assault in Houston earlier that year, and with driving in Brooklyn with a revoked permit.
- How Mr Hernandez went from a lost youth in Brooklyn to a popular social networking sensation, and the artist to an alleged gang member is a hip-hop cautionary tale.
- Ten months later the 23-year-old, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, has a third to add to the list: the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, his former gang.
Around a year earlier, along with five other individuals, Hernandez was arrested on racketeering and weapons allegations, all of whom were identified as members of the criminal cartel suspected to be running a cocaine distribution business. Last week, as federal prosecutors’ star witness against two former allies, Aljermiah Mack and Anthony Ellison, identified by the U.S. attorney’s office as high-ranking gang figures, Hernandez made a bargain with the government and took the stand.
Inside the inner workings of a highly dangerous and lethal street gang, Hernandez provided a rare glimpse, which he supposedly entered to promote his burgeoning music career.
The rapper Snoop Dogg named Hernandez an “s.n.i.t.c.h.” in a series of Instagram messages.
Hernandez offered investigators “highly valuable” testimony:
In November 2018, Hernandez was indicted on charges of racketeering, unlawful ownership of weapons, and engaging in alleged killing. In January He pled guilty.
In the months that followed, Hernandez supplied authorities with details on the internal activities of Nine Trey, an offshoot of the Bloods on the East Coast, and testified against Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack in September. Prosecutors identified them as high-ranking members of the group.
Though the remarks usually took on the form of gestures, Hernandez’s criticism was fast and uncompromising. Meek Mill has tweeted his disapproval; in his Instagram tale, Future insulted him as a “mouse.” He faces at least 47 years in court. Some musicians have criticized him as a “snitch.” He was attacked by a group named Nine Trey.