Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine pleads guilty to federal indictments
The platinum-selling, rainbow-haired musician – born Daniel Hernandez – pleaded guilty at a hearing last week, but court records have been closed for fear of his safety and the ongoing investigation, according to court documents. These records were made available on Friday.
Hernandez was first indicted in November, along with other alleged members of the gang named Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, who the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Geoffrey S. Berman, said he was in New York According to the indictment, Nine Trey allegedly carried out armed robberies on rival gangs and drug trafficking such as heroin and fentanyl.
In the court documents, Hernandez's involvement in the crime, for In a case last March, Hernandez participated in the attempt to assassinate his reputation with Nine Trey, and the following month, he and other gang members deprived a rival at gunpoint, according to the documents. 1
9659005] According to the New York Times, Hernandez at the hearing last week indicted the allegations and apologized to anyone who got hurt. to my family, friends and fans for what I have done and whom I have disappointed.
On Saturday, CNN, a lawyer for Hernandez, Lance Lazarro, reached a lawyer.
As a musician, Hernandez is perhaps best known for his debut single "Gummo," released in 2017, ranked number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 reached its peak, and his collaboration with Nicki Minaj on their 2018 song FEFE.
Dummy Boy, his debut album, was released in late November after Hernandez was arrested.
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