Tekashi 6ix9ine designs to accomplish something very un-nark like – after all the squealing he simply did – and that is to dismiss the observer assurance program when he’s a liberated person once more.
The government preliminary that saw the rapper sing like a canary for 3 days wraps up Thursday as investigators and safeguard lawyers give shutting contentions. Tekashi pointed fingers and named names of his old pack individuals (and different celebs as well), yet sources near him disclose to us he will swear off any support in observer insurance – and will rather settle on an existence of acclaim.
That may seem like a desire to die, taking into account what number of individuals he moved over on during his declaration – however we’re disclosed to Tekashi’s as yet tingling to make new music, and accepts he can get the latest relevant point of interest.
Tekashi understands the Nine Trey Bloods could be gunning for him, and perhaps other people who are pissed he turned rodent for the feds – yet we’re told his wellbeing plan is essentially nonstop security. It’s, basically, the stow away on display approach.
Concerning how he’ll take care of everything for day in and day out protectors – we’re revealed to Tekashi still has some money left from before his capture … in addition, he’s anticipating his music profession taking off once more, when he’s out.
It won’t be modest. As we announced, Tekashi likewise has relatives who dread for their lives – so costs could include quick if he’s ensuring them as well. We connected with his lawyer, Dawn Florio … however, she had no remark.
Tekashi affirmed he accepts he’ll be out as right on time as one year from now, which would mean the feds cut him one helluva bargain. He was confronting a base sentence of 47 years before consenting to completely collaborate with investigators.
Main concern, Tekashi isn’t following in the strides of renowned mafia nark, Henry Hill, who made due under observer security for simply under 10 years.
Statements of regret to Sinatra, however 69’s going to do it his way.