6ix9ine will be out of Jail in October 2020



6ix9ine will be out of  jail in October of 2020 after he was sentenced 2 years in jail
But he will have 5 years probration 300 hours of community service
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(Tekashi 6ix9ine, the flamboyant Brooklyn rapper who carried out a series of violent crimes before informing on his former gang associates, was once sentenced to 2 years in prison on Wednesday.

He had pleaded guilty to racketeering, firearms and drug trafficking charges related to several shootings and assaults around New York City. He was once also sentenced to 5 years supervised release plus 300 hours of neighborhood service. Because he has already served about 13 months at the back of bars, he is due to be released late next year.

In making the decision, Judge Paul Engelmayer said that Tekashi 6ix9ine, born Daniel Hernandez, was a "central parent in a vicious and brutal gang." Engelmayer stated he precipitated mayhem around the city and used the gang as his "personal hit squad."

However, Engelmayer balanced these crimes with the rapper's sizable cooperation with authorities investigators. Prosecutors had requested that he receive a decreased sentence because of his "extraordinary" and "substantial" cooperation.

His attorney Lance Lazzaro had asked the court docket to sentence him to time served, highlighting the dangers that Hernandez took in cooperating with the government. Hernandez provided investigators with an "insider's view" of the Nine Trey gang, Lazzaro wrote in court docket filings, and even testified against two former gang members.

In court, Hernandez spoke of his remorse and how he failed the younger fans who look up to him. He harassed that he'd exchange his methods when he's out of prison. He additionally directly apologized to a woman who advised the court that she was once shot in the foot in a July 2018 shooting in Brooklyn.

"I'm sorry for what happened to you that day," Hernandez said.

Tekashi 6ix9ine, actual identify Daniel Hernandez, leaves court docket on August 22, 2018, in Houston, Texas.
Tekashi 6ix9ine, real name Daniel Hernandez, leaves courtroom on August 22 2018, in Houston, Texas.
Tekashi 6ix9ine's startling upward shove and dramatic fall started out when the 23-year-old burst onto the rap scene with "GUMMO"and its track video in October 2017. With 360 million views on YouTube, the video indicates the rainbow-haired, face-tattooed rapper surrounded by guns, drugs, stacks of cash and a team of human beings carrying red, the color related with the Bloods gang.

But Hernandez was once not without a doubt a gang member when that video was once made. He has said he used the Nine Trey gang to enhance his road cred, and in exchange, he helped fund the gang's operations, in accordance to the authorities sentencing memo.

After the success of "GUMMO," which peaked at No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100, he persisted making song and collaborated with Nicki Minaj on their 2018 tune "FEFE."

6ix9ine apologized for 'misrepresenting myself'
But his career came to a screeching halt closing November when he was charged alongside different alleged participants of the gang acknowledged as Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods with serious federal offenses such as racketeering.

US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey S. Berman said the gang "wreaked havoc on New York City, attractive in brazen acts of violence." Prosecutors stated in courtroom filings that he and other gang participants carried out a March 2018 capturing in Times Square, an April 2018 shooting at the Barclays Center, a June 2018 shooting at the W Hotel in Times Square, and more.

Hernandez pleaded guilty to 9 costs in February, along with racketeering, and knowledgeable on his associates, according to court docket documents. He testified as a witness during the trials of Anthony Ellison and Aljermiah Mack, who had been each convicted of felonies.

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