Tekashi 6ix9ine collects more and more whs … a judge gave him permission to film music videos, but strings are attached.
Judge Engelmayer granted the rapper permission to “perform work-related activities outside of residence but within the limits of rented property” … according to the new TMZ legal documents.
In the documents, the judge says that Tekashi can perform employment-related activities 2 hours a week and 1 specific day that require prior probationary approval. He is also allowed to work in his basement, but it is “limited to no more than 8 hours a day” with a schedule that has also been approved by the probation officer.
As we reported … Tekashi made his request last week and told the judge that his probation officer was aware of the request and had no objection. All it took 69 was the judge’s approval … and now he has it.
Remember, we told you that Tekashi is about to release new music, and he has now given an important indication that something is coming on May 8th. He said that in his Instagram story too … and the guy seems excited. He continues to win. It is his second big win this month after convincing the judge to let him out of jail early due to fears about coronavirus.
So cold can really work … well, until it stops working.