Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine Crimes Federal Fees
In October 2017, the colourful and controversial Brooklyn rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, who quickly gained fame after the release of his song “Gummo”, filed nine allegations against him and four others, including his former manager. Kifano Jordan – last November.
Rapper, Daniel Hernandez-born accused of admitting the crime (along with a New York gang called Nine Trey gangsta Bloods, accused of being part of the indictments in November), charged with firearms and a drug smuggling charge. His claim was filed on January 23rd, but he became a public on Friday after the relevant court documents were drafted. Hernandez’s lawyer, Lance Lazarro, did not immediately respond to his request to comment on Pleasant.
The violent rise of Hernandez as an artist cannot be separated from the alleged violent events, The Grudge and serious legal problems between him and other rappers.
In October 2018, Hernandez was given a four-year trial period when he refused to make and distribute a sexual video of a 13-year-old girl. (A grown man who had sex with the same girl, part of the video, was jailed.) As the New York Times reported , the guilty claim in this case fell “hours later”, during a meeting when the beginning of the recording label began to fight “close”, while the gun was fired by a guard for Hernandez.
In August of the same year, a driver shot occurred during a music video and rapper shoots 50 Cent by Hernandez. In July, Hernandez told the authorities he was kidnapped and robbed in Brooklyn . In February, the footage showed Hernandez engaged in a fight just outside the Los Angeles International Airport.
The next hearing on Hernandez’s latest taste will be held in Manhattan on February 27.