Tekashi 6ix9ine Moved to New Facility “for security purposes” – Details Here!
The last few days has got to be the worst ever for Tekashi 6ix9ine who was warned by a long list of celebrities and others about the controversial energy that surrounded him. As he once described, his name 69, he stated, turned upside down or side ways will still read 69. This duplicitous effect is seemingly relevant to his life right now. Tekashi is young, a multi millionaire and with a successful music career. Yet, he’s sitting in a cell, charged with crimes equivalent to those of the Mob. His least serious charge carries 35 years, his most serious carries life and multiple life sentences.
A few days ago, it was reported that Tekashi 6ix9ine was being held in general population at Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center. The facility is described as brutal and dangerous by New York’s Judicial system. The judge at his hearing that particular day, because of the heinous crimes he’s accused of, denied 69 any special treatments due to his celebrity status. Now its been revealed and according to court records, that Tekashi has been moved to a new facility “for security purposes.”
Upon hearing of Tekashi’s being moved some speculate that he may have gotten into a fight or was attacked. While others speculated on social media that he have decided to cooperate with officials on the case. But, according to his attorney, his client was getting death threats and needed to be transferred to an undisclosed facility.
In other Tekashi news, his mugshot which we refrained from posting was leaked online. Also his former manager and current codefendant Shottie is accused of stealing over $2.5 million dollars from him over the last few months.
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