More details of 6ix9ine's arrest emerge.
Tekashi 6ix9ine may act like he's unstoppable but that's definitely not the case. The rapper's been finding himself in more trouble with the law over the past week or so. As of now, there's a warrant out for his arrest in Houston after he allegedly choked out a kid in the mall in front of his parents. That incident occurred a few months back and it seems as if his next trip to Houston will result in his detainment. Earlier today, it was reported that he was arrested in Brooklyn for driving without a license. Since then, more details have emerged and his arrest seems more serious than initially reported.
In addition to being charged with aggravated unlicensed operation, Tekashi 6ix9ine has also been charged with assaulting an officer, according to PageSix reports. The rapper was arrested and brought to the 77th Precinct House after they arrested him for driving without a license. According to the report, the rapper allegedly grabbed the cop's hand while his handcuffs were being taken off. A police spokesperson said, “He squeezed the [cop’s] hand, causing pain and swelling."
Unfortunately, this comes at the heel of some major accomplishments for the rapper. Last week, it was revealed that his debut mixtape, Day69 has officially gone gold. In addition, he's expected to drop his upcoming single "TATI" which was produced by Boi-1da and DJ Spinking on Sunday.