While the controversial rapper is now behind bars, facing a 47-year prison sentence if convicted, he's still somehow making money moves. It was announced by Page Six earlier today that Tekashi 6ix9ine, née Daniel Hernandez, 23, had forked out the cash to buy several new beats and he has full intentions of releasing new music after he gets out - if he even serves time in prison at all.
Despite testifying against his former associates in the Nine Trey Bloods gang, Tekashi seems to believe his snitching will be forgotten once he's released from prison and he will be more popular than ever.
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Allegedly, Tekashi 6ix9ine won't enter the witness protection program either despite some rumors to the contrary. He reportedly plans to continue making music and living a life of fame, TMZ reported last month.
The rapper has been charged with six offences which include racketeering, carrying a firearm, assault with a unsafe weapon, and conspiracy murder charges. The "Fefe" rapper admitted that he joined the gang, which he said routinely engaged in illegal activities that included "shootings, robberies, assaults, drugs", in order to help his career, according to the New York Daily News.
His sentencing is scheduled for December 18.