6ix9ine was arrested Sunday evening (Nov. 18) by federal ATF and Homeland Security brokers on six counts numerous racketeering, firearms, assault with a harmful weapon, and conspiracy homicide prices via his involvement with the Nine Trey Gangster Bloods. The indictment finds Tekashi staring down a life sentence and a minimal 32 years behind bars if convicted, in keeping with the prosecutors.
Following a contentious day in courtroom Monday (Nov. 19), the Brooklyn rapper was denied bail by U.S. Magistrate Judge Henry Pitmaneven after his lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, fered as much as $1.5 million in Tekashi's checking account and agreed to give up his passport simply to maintain him out detention earlier than trial will get going, reviews Courthouse News Service.
The decide additional defined that he couldn’t look previous the danger 6ix9ine's freedom posing a menace to society. Lazzaro has already indicated that he plans to enchantment the ruling and safe bail for his consumer throughout an emergency Wednesday (Nov. 21) listening to with U.S. District Judge Paul Engelmayer, reviews HipHop-N-More, since Lazzaro believes 6ix9ine isn't a flight danger.
Attorney Michael Longyear defined that federal brokers had caught wind plans to "tremendous violate" Tekashi via intercepted wiretaps 6ix9ine's former associates. After fering him safety, which Tekashi refused, the feds continued to trace the 22-year-old and determined to arrest him out worry for his life (and for jeopardizing the lives potential bystanders) after studying he was going to be touring out the state from a Manhattan lodge to Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut.
According to TMZ, 6ix9ine is being held within the normal inhabitants half Brooklyn's Metropolitan Detention Center. The report goes on to cite the U.S. Justice Department calling the BMC a "notoriously brutal" federal jail with "extraordinarily violent" inmates.
More to come back. Billboard has reached out to 6ix9ine's lawyer for remark.