Tekashi 6ix9ine will 'keep low profile' after house arrest ends

Tekashi 6ix9ine ‘surprised’ he hasn’t ‘died yet’… will ‘keep low profile’ after house arrest ends August 1

Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is counting the days until his two-year prison sentence – which became house arrest in April due to COVID-19 and his asthma condition – ends on or about August 1.

The incarcerated 24-year-old’s racketeering charges were reduced to nine charges – including conspiracy to commit murder and armed robbery – in exchange for testimony about the Nine Treys gang.

‘I’m surprised I didn’t die yet,’ 6ix9ine (born Daniel Hernandez) admitted on Saturday, replying to a blogger on Instagram.  

‘House arrest is coming to an end!’ Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is counting the days until his two-year prison sentence – which became house arrest in April due to COVID-19 and his asthma condition – ends on or about August 1 (pictured Wednesday)

‘But it’s not so bad being dead the way ya support the artist after they die.’

And while the Trollz hitmaker shared an ostentatious TikTok of himself covered in $100 bills Wednesday, his attorney Lance Lazzaro told TMZ he ‘intends on keeping a low profile.’

On Sunday, Lazzaro said 6ix9ine was ‘focused on work, security, and elevating his music career’ and he’s ‘going to be consulting with his security team on every move.’

The high school drop-out will be on ‘supervised release for five years’ and he’ll have to get permission ‘from the judge to leave the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.’  

Snitched: The incarcerated 24-year-old’s racketeering charges were reduced to nine charges – including conspiracy to commit murder and armed robbery – in exchange for testimony about the Nine Treys gang (pictured in 2018)

Replying to a blogger on Instagram on Saturday, 6ix9ine (born Daniel Hernandez) admitted: ‘I’m surprised I didn’t die yet. But it’s not so bad being dead the way ya support the artist after they die’

‘Focused on work, security, and elevating his music career’: And while the Trollz hitmaker shared an ostentatious TikTok of himself covered in $100 bills Wednesday, his attorney Lance Lazzaro told TMZ he ‘intends on keeping a low profile’

On his best behavior: 6ix9ine will be on ‘supervised release for five years’ and he’ll have to get permission ‘from the judge to leave the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York’ (pictured July 4)

Despite his ankle monitor, 6ix9ine was able to shoot a champagne-spraying, bikini babe-filled music video for Yaya, which has amassed 69.2M views since it hit YouTube on July 3.

‘Yaya was the last of the house arrest saga,’ the Bushwick-born hip-hop star – who boasts 48.4M social media followers – wrote in a since-deleted July 4 post.

‘I love you to all my fans. You guys are the best. I made the best of what I had from my living room and we still went number 1. We still went platinum coming home from jail.’

6ix9ine should be setting an example for his two daughters – four-year-old Saraiyah with Sara Molina and 20-month-old Briella Iris with a woman called Marlayna M.


‘Yaya was the last of the house arrest saga’: Despite his ankle monitor, the high school drop-out was able to shoot a champagne-spraying, bikini babe-filled music video for Yaya

6ix9ine wrote in a since-deleted July 4 post: ‘I love you to all my fans. You guys are the best. I made the best of what I had from my living room and we still went number 1. We still went platinum coming home from jail’

Father-of-two: The Bushwick-born hip-hop star should be setting an example for his two daughters – four-year-old Saraiyah (L, pictured September 25) with Sara Molina (R) and 20-month-old Briella Iris with a woman called Marlayna M

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