6ix9ine's legal troubles continue.
Tekashi 6ix9ine's imprisonment has been at the center of news headlines since his arrest over racketeering and firearms charges earlier this month. The saga of his legal troubles proves to be more complex and multilayered with each passing day. A law enforcement official recently told TMZ that based on video evidence, the New York Police department has deduced that Tekashi ordered a hit on rival Chief Keef's cousin, Tadoe. During the video in question, the rapper can be heard saying, "Yo, I gotta thirty pack on him right now, swear to God I gotta thirty pack. Thirty thou cash"— a supposedly cryptic message that the police have since deciphered.
According to a recent report by The Post, Tekashi is likely to be re-sentenced for posting a now infamous video online which depicts a 13-year-old girl engaged in a sexual act. Sources revealed that the rapper was not present during the conference between Justice Felicia Mennin, his defense lawyer, and prosecutors where the decision was made. The decision comes after the rapper served 1,000 hours of community service for posting the troubling video as part of a plea deal.
Sara Weiss, Assistant DA, has argued that Tekashi violated the plea deal by joining a gang and getting re-arrested twice within the probationary period. In response, Justice Mennin dismissed the aforementioned missteps as “technical violations" opting to give the rapper a relatively lenient penalty. Sources claim that because the rapper is currently being held without bail on a new federal case, he cannot be on probation, thus meaning he must serve time.
Tekashi's lawyer, Dawn Florio, declined The Post's request for comment.