Rapper Tekashi69 gets two-year sentence after helping feds

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Meanwhile, it was previously revealed that Tekashi 6ix9ine is set to be the subject of a new Snapchat documentary.

He then made a plea where he admitted to attempting to kill a rival gang member, ordering "Chief Keef" to be shot, armed robbery, and selling heroin, along with other crimes. Because he has already served about 13 months behind bars, he is due to be released late next year. "You, Mr. Hernandez, essentially signed up for murder incorporated", Engelmayer said.

One commenter said: 'If you're reading this i wish you lots of health and success in 2020'.

- Inner City Press (@innercitypress) December 18, 2019Judge Engelmayer: Next was Chief Keef, He was in NY, you were in LA. There is a great deal to be admired about you.

Additionally, the performer, known for his technicolored-hair and association with Nine Trey Gansta Bloods gang, must serve five years of supervised probation and complete 300 hours of community service.

In an effort to show that he was trying to be a better person, Tekashi also offered to pay for the medical bills of a woman who was injured during one of the gang's shootings. As he feared he would never see her grow up, it must be quite a relief to know he won't miss out on her entire life. News, former publicist Skyy Daniels and her then-assistant, whose name is redacted in the documents, recount the events of April 3, 2018 and the lasting effects it continue to has on their lives more than a year later.

A betting site called sportsbetting.ag published odds for the Tekashi 6ix9ine case for people who wanted to turn their prediction into cash.

After his arrest, Tekashi 6ix9ine shed the outlaw reputation he'd curated online and testified against his gang mates earlier this year, causing some to label him a "snitch". He is lucky that the court had reduced that number to just two years.

The rapper said he had joined the gang in 2017.

However, Engelmayer balanced those crimes with the rapper's extensive cooperation with government investigators. I guess that's the fruits of his traitor, I mean labor.

Tekashi 6ix9ine's court hearing is now taking place, and according to reports the Brooklyn rapper will not be FREED today. Asked what he got in return, he responded: "My career".

Tekashi 6ix9ine was repeatedly trolled during the trial by rappers like The Game and Snoop Dogg, who wrote on Instagram that he was a sell-out compared to his friend Martha Stewart, who once served a five-month prison for lying about a stock sale. The question still remains, what's next for 69 and will he enjoy the same level of success he did in 2018?

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