Tekashi 6ix9ine Thanks God for His Freedom & Celebrates Daughter’s 3rd Birthday – Details Here!
Tekashi 6ix9ine is perhaps one of the luckiest persons alive. Besides his continuous stream of hit records, the star was facing close to a decade in prison for an arrest related to sex with an under age minor back in 2015. The case had been hanging over the rappers head for years even after he became famous, especially with all of the controversies that follows his career. He’s been threatened with being sent to jail multiple times by multiple judges. His team was so assured that he was heading to prison, that the night before his court date, they held a huge going away party for him. Even at his going away party, controversy ensued as one of his security guards was reportedly shot during an altercation with someone.
The next day in court, to everyone surprise including 6ix9ine, the judge sentenced him to 4 years of probation. The bases of the probation allows him to continue touring and to pursue his music career. The following day, Takashi’s daughter turned three years old. Although, he thought days before that he wouldn’t be there for her third birthday, he was, thanks to God as he puts in a post. The self-proclaimed King of Europe formally the King on New York, posted a photo with his family captioned, “GOD THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING ME TO BE FREE TO CELEBRATE MY DAUGHTERS 3rd BIRTHDAY”.
Check out his original post below.
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