The rapper will be a relatively free man on or around August 1, when his house arrest ends, after being released from prison in April for the pandemic.
He is released under supervision for 5 years, but can be free to walk alone, which raises obvious concerns … whether he can stay out of trouble or not.
Tekashi’s lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, tells TMZ … his customer doesn’t think that way – he concentrates on work, security and the promotion of his music career. The “Trollz” rapper needs the judge’s permission to leave NY’s southern and eastern districts, but Lazzaro says this shouldn’t be a problem as long as 6ix9ine proves he’s leaving for legitimate work … which is his plan is.
Going back in public also means increased concern about revenge for the runny nose. According to Lazzaro, 69 will consult with its security team every step of the way and be extra careful, even if it does business.
Holding back has never been Tekashi’s thing, but his lawyer says he’s up to it. We have been told that he does not want to attend events for at least a while. Not that a lot happens thanks to COVID-19.
The biggest advantage of 6ix9ine House arrest endsAccording to Lazzaro, there will be access to artists and executives who are interested in working with him … as well as better studios for recording tracks and music videos.
Tekashi was forced to do all of this from his apartment in the past few months – although it worked out very well for him.
Of course he has to keep his nose clean and stay away from people with band ties. It’s a no-brainer that he wants to avoid them, but he has to hope they don’t look for him.