Tekashi 6ix9ine says he’s “surprised” he hasn’t “died yet”

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Tekashi
6ix9ine
has said he’s surprised he hasn’t “died yet”,
while awaiting the end of his house arrest.

The rapper faced extensive jail time for racketeering charges
last year, but his sentence was dramatically cut after he
testified during the trial of Anthony “Harv” Ellison and
Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack
who faced federal racketeering and
firearms charges at the time.

6ix9ine, real name Daniel Hernandez, was subsequently
given early release from jail last
due to concerns over
thecoronavirus
pandemic earlier this year and placed under house arrest.

But as he awaits full freedom next month, he’s aware of the
potential danger that awaits him upon release.

Tekashi 6ix9ine says he’s “surprised” he hasn’t “died
yet”, Shop Ticket SnatchersTekashi 6ix9ine CREDIT:
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“I’m surprised I didn’t die yetâ€, he wrote on
Instagram.

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

On Sunday, 6ix9ine’s attorney Lance Lazzaro said he planned to
keep a low profile on release,
telling TMZ
he is “focused on work, security, and elevating
his music career†and he’s “going to be consulting with his
security team on every move.â€

Lazzaro added that he 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.â€

Earlier this month, the rapper gave fans
a look behind-the-scenes
at how he managed to shoot three of
his recent music videos while he was under house arrest.

To celebrate his stint under house arrest coming to an end, the
controversial rapper shared a video showing his fans exactly how he
shot videos for the record-breaking â€˜GOOBA’ and â€˜TROLLZ’ with Nicki
Minaj
, as well as Spanish single â€˜YAYA’.

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Tekashi
6ix9ine has said he’s surprised he hasn’t “died yet”,
while awaiting the end of his house arrest.
The rapper faced extensive jail time for racketeering charges
last year, but his sentence was dramatically cut after he
testified during the trial of Anthony “Harv” Ellison and
Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack who faced federal racketeering and
firearms charges at the time.
6ix9ine, real name Daniel Hernandez, was subsequently
given early release from jail last due to concerns over
thecoronavirus
pandemic earlier this year and placed under house arrest.
But as he awaits full freedom next month, he’s aware of the
potential danger that awaits him upon release.
Tekashi 6ix9ine CREDIT:
Michael Campanella/Redferns
“I’m surprised I didn’t die yetâ€, he wrote on
Instagram.
“But it’s not so bad being dead the way ya support the
artist after they die.â€
On Sunday, 6ix9ine’s attorney Lance Lazzaro said he planned to
keep a low profile on release,
telling TMZ he is “focused on work, security, and elevating
his music career†and he’s “going to be consulting with his
security team on every move.â€
Lazzaro added that he 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.â€

Earlier this month, the rapper gave fans
a look behind-the-scenes at how he managed to shoot three of
his recent music videos while he was under house arrest.
To celebrate his stint under house arrest coming to an end, the
controversial rapper shared a video showing his fans exactly how he
shot videos for the record-breaking â€˜GOOBA’ and â€˜TROLLZ’ with Nicki
Minaj, as well as Spanish single â€˜YAYA’.
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Tekashi 6ix9ine says he’s “surprised†he hasn’t “died
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