Tekashi 6ix9ine at risk for coronavirus complications.


Sometimes burglary does repay — if you’re Tekashi 6ix9ine, the rapper-turned-convicted felon whose song with Nicki Minaj, “Trollz,” racked up a record-setting fifty million YouTube scenery within twenty-four hours of slipping on June 12. A course before, the 24-year-old — actual name Daniel Hernandez — stole to Instagram Live from the secret hideaway where he’s living with his girlfriend, Jade, crowing that “I’m back and they mad.” consuming theatrically about his repute as hip-hop’s top snitch, earned because he ratted out the furious Nine Trey Bloods street gang that helped make him famous, he blasted Meek Mill, Future, Jay-Z and Snoop Dogg as hypocrites in a “ bat game busy of liars, deep of rats.” Tekashi hasn’t ignored a beat since being sprung from jailer in April, seventeen months into a two-year sentence, because asthma put him at risk for coronavirus complications. He has slipped recent music, posted image of himself flaunting his house-arrest ankle monitor, and ginned up new beefs: disparaging Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande of buying the No. 1 Billboard spot for their single, “Stuck with You,” which beat out his third-place hit “Gooba,” charges the pair denied. Tekashi fing be a relatively loose gambler as of July 31, when home confinement ends and he goes on ­supervised release for five years. But the rapper’s old — and his ­enemies — could catch up with him. He rejected an offer to go into witness protection and will rely on pricey private security that has ­reportedly been tough to staff up. Insiders are alarmed that Tekashi, who had his sentence on federal racketeering charges cut in exchange for testimony about the Nine Treys, might not be as smart about staying spirited as he is at chasing clout. He had to move to another residence when a neighbor leaked the address of his first hideout post-jail, a rental in Lido Beach, LI, after Tekashi posted a photo of himself outside flashing fistfuls of cash. “ I’m concerned,” Dawn Florio, one of his lawyers, told The Post. “ area of people excommunicate Danny for cooperating with the government. Even a youthful gang part who wishes to make a name for himself could try something. He’s in famous demon but I won’t rest simple until he’s located in a different state with 24-hour security.” But all the prevalence is contributing make Tekashi a star . “ I presumed he was a asleep player walking as soon as he got out,” an attorney for one of the eleven Nine Trey Bloods that Tekashi helped send to prison told The Post. “ But the aficionado are extoling him. It used to be that a rat was the worst thing you could be . . . It’s not very ‘God­father’ish out there anymore.” A past NYPD detective who broke the “ hip-hop cops” unit in the late ’90s agreed. “ Tekashi did something exceptional in allowing up his full gang,” Derrick Parker told The Post. “ There are still hardcore rappers like chubby Joe who would never snitch. But I guess [fans] are going to forgive [Tekashi] and he’ll be bulky than ever.” The argument is: Will his foe let him enjoy it ? Back in Bushwick and Bed-Stuy, he’s still Danny from the block — and the street jury is out as to his future. “ F–k him!” laughed a player inside the alleged Nine Trey Madison Street headquarters when The Post knocked at the door. corresponding to Tekashi, the Bed-Stuy brownstone, where he filmed his two thousand and seventeen “Gummo” video, housed the gang’s members. “ Don’t got nothing good to say so I won’t say anything,” the man added, shutting the blinds. Two doorway down, a resident spoken everyone in the neighborhood remembered when the “Gummo” video was failed “ and the dumb-ass current red bandanas Danny imagined everyone to wear. ” “ That boy ain’t famous, he’s infamous,” said the resident, who declined to give his name. “ He failed it out of here, I give him that. I just wouldn’t come back if I was him. There’s a place of Bloods around.” In Bushwick, a 20-minute wander away, Sam, his old supervisor at Stay Fresh Grill and Deli, lit up when he talked about “Danny.” It’s part of Tekashi lore that the rapper was discovered at the deli, Hollywood starlet-style, by music manager ­Peter “ Righteous P” Rogers in 2014.“He worked the cash register,” said Sam, 55. “He’s a good kid . . . Danny was always ambitious. ” Tekashi, who slipped out of guide in 10th grade, lived in a two-bedroom apartment with his brother, stepfather and mother, who worked as a clear after moving to Bushwick from Mexico in 1988. She reportedly kicked out his biological father, also named Daniel Hernandez, for doing heroin when Tekashi was about 9. The rapper didn’t see his dad again until the man showed up, giving his address as a shelter in Queens, at Tekashi’s sentencing in December. Around the box from the wait green Deli, on Locust Street, a man named Steve — who said he was one of Tekashi’s oldest friends — sat in front of the building where the rapper’s stepfather was fatally shot in 2010. “Got nothing but love for Danny,” Steve told The Post. “ He carries nurse of me, he takes care of my dogs. He’s one of my ride-or-dies. He might be a goal for certain now but he knows the drill.” Tekashi moved uploading mixtapes to YouTube and SoundCloud, landing a record deal with ten K work and reaping social-media attention not just for his music but his look: rainbow hair and clothing inspired by Japanese anime, wild grills on his teeth and a plethora of face tattoos. In 2017, corresponding to his law testimony, he met Nine Trey rapper Billy Seqo and formed a transactional relationship that led to gang members strutting in the “Gummo” video. Showcasing gangbangers gave Tekashi cred, and got them on his payroll. But the crawl broke to turn in July 2018, when gang member Anthony “Harv” Ellison kidnapped, ransacked and pistol-whipped Tekashi. The rapper escaped. Ellison was later arrested. In November two thousand and eighteen — the equal month his album “Dummy Boy” debuted at No. two on the Billboard chart, Tekashi was arrested, along with his former manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan and five other Nine Trey gangsters. They facinged federal racketeering and firearms charges related to organized-gang activity. Shortly after, the rapper had to be moved to a new jail because of threats from inmates at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn. He could have been sentenced to as various as forty-seven time in prison. But in exchange for a sharply reduced sentence — two years minus time served — he pleaded guilty to racketeering and other charges and flipped on gang associates in court. Among those Tekashi fingered, all stole apology deals except Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack, forcing Tekashi to go to trial and deliver inside info on them as well as the entire inner workings of the gang. I wouldn’t arrive back if I was him. There’s a place of Bloods around. - Bed-Stuy friend notifying Tekashi 6ix9ine not to answer to his past haunts Mack and Ellison were convicted of racketeering charges, with the old receiving a 17-year sentence. Ellison, who was also convicted of capture Tekashi, will be sentenced July 23. Shortly after Tekashi’s death from prison in April, Snoop Dogg asked out media outlets for “making snitching cool.” “ I’m past school,” Snoop tweeted. “ F–k sixty-nine and everybody urging his choice right now all latest York.” Now Tekashi may have to live reality as a moving target — constantly working to stay ahead of those who want revenge. The question is, will his ego slow him down? “ He’ll be OK as long as he stab with what he does best,” said a ­music-industry source who has worked with him. “ He understands how to stay on top. But he’s also got kind of a murder wish. I don’t know which Tekashi is gonna win out.” A TIMELINE OF TEKASHI 6IX9INE’S FEDERAL custody Over the ancient five years, Tekashi 6ix9ine has remembered his part of hits — like his new song “Trollz” with Nicki Minaj (below) — as well as misses, involving many unlawful charges. But his contended abuse went federal in 2018: 2018: Nov. 19: Tekashi is jaileded on racketeering and firearms charges, along with previous manager Kifano “ Shotti” Jodan (below) and others affected to the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang. He eventually pleads guilty to nine counts. 2019: Sept. 10: Tekashi indicates against gang associates Anthony “Harv” Ellison (below, who would be found awful of seizure and robbing him) and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack, and pinpoints warranted gang members in his music videos. It’s portion of a plea deal that may get him into witness protection. Rumors swirl that he’ll be punished by those who see him as a rat. Dec. 18: After facing a minimum sentence of 47 years, Tekashi receives two years in prison, with credit for time served. 2020 : Early April: It’s confirmed that Tekashi has been approved to serve his remaining dungeon time at home, after his lawyers claimed that his asthma put him in a higher-risk group for COVID-19. May 10: Thanks to images posted by both the rapper and a neighbor, his secure house in Lido Beach, LI, is revealed. He is quickly gone to a recent location. 

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