Surveillance footage from 6ix9ine's home show the suspect's vehicle outside of the rapper's home.
Things haven't been so great for Tekashi 6ix9ine is recent times. While he's been dealing with several legal issues in both NYC and Texas, the rapper was kidnapped and robbed early Sunday morning. While there's been two different versions of the story that have been floating around -- TMZ's initial report and the police report -- the cops have obtained the surveillance footage from 6ix9ine's home and they said that the evidence supports what he told them.
Investigators on Tekashi 6ix9ine's case have successfully obtained surveillance footage from Sunday's robbery, TMZ reports. The police received video footage from down a camera that's down the street from 6ix9ine's home. Unfortunately, the footage is too far away to identify the culprits but it does show the suspect's vehicle outside of 6ix9ine's home.
The initial story that was reported claimed the rapper was pistol whipped, kidnapped and hospitalized but as it turns out, he gave the police a much milder account of what happened. Many people thought it may have been part of a publicity stunt since he also released his new track "Fefe" with Nicki Minaj yesterday but police are dealing with this as a real case.
After news broke of the incident, 6ix9ine posted a picture of XXXTENTACION and revealed that he felt like he was going to die that day, prior to the robbery. With all of the recent deaths in hip hop this year, we're glad that 6ix9ine is okay.