Court records sealed this evening revealed the details of a plea recently raised between rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine and federal officials. Conspiracy, firearms violations and drug trafficking. This is in addition to other crimes he has faced in court, including paying someone who has tried to shoot rapper and producer Chief Keef, participating in armed robberies, and forcing us to keep reminding ourselves how to "6ix9ine" writes.
As Tekashi (real name Daniel Hernandez, so we'll let go now and refer to him), admitted that the prosecutors have been accusing him for months, d. H. As a member of the Nine Treys Bloods gang, which he allegedly came around the clock when his first big single "Gummo" climbed the music charts. He now agrees to provide the authorities with information about the activities of some of his staff, presumably with the aim of facilitating the January 2020 conviction. At first he did not plead guilty to all charges against him and was imprisoned in prison.
People whose ability to remember the terrible shit of celebrities – which is unlikely but depressingly useful in our modern age – will remember that this is not Hernandez's first confrontation with the courts. Previously, he had been put on probation before the Halcyon Days in October 2018 for participating in a sexually explicit video shoot with a 13-year-old girl from 2015. Per NPR a Few moments after this special day in court, a brawl erupted, claiming that Hernandez was just a musician who takes on signifiers of gang-culture, did not do much, not an active one Gang participants themselves.  [via Consequences of the sound ]