With 6ix9ine putting a plea deal with the U.S. authorities in his racketeering case final month (Jan. 23), his complete responsible plea has been made public in current days. Billboard has obtained the courtroom paperwork in full, which go into additional element of precisely what Tekashi is admitting to have carried out and performed a task in.
The 22-year-old says he acquired concerned with the Nine Trey Bloods across the fall of 2017, which aligns with the time his rapping profession would start to bubble behind his breakout hit "Gummo." As a part of the firearms offenses, 6ix9ine pleads responsible to his involvement with utilizing a weapon within the tried homicide of a person on March 20, 2018.
Just a pair weeks later, Tekashi, born Daniel Hernandez, and different members of the Nine Trey participated in a theft of rival gang members at gun level. The highlighted incident, which befell on April three, 2018, transpired within the neighborhood of Manhattan's West Side.
Another incident specified by the courtroom paperwork finds Tekashi pleading responsible to a June 2 capturing, the place he allegedly paid a fellow gang member to shoot at a rival by NYC's Times Square. Even although it's not identified, this could line up with the Chief Keef capturing, which additionally befell on June 2 by the W Hotel in Times Square.
Complex beforehand reported that 6ix9ine recognized "Kooda" because the paid gunman, who accepted $10,000 of the $20,000 provide from 6ix9ine. Kintea "Kooda" McKenzie was arrested on Feb. eight and faces a minimal of 10 years, with a attainable life sentence on the road.
The managed substance Tekashi is pleading responsible to have "possessed with intention to distribute" is one kilogram of medication "with a detectable quantity of heroin." The "Mama" rapper will stay behind bars till his sentencing on Jan 23, 2020. He's been locked up since his unique arrest by ATF brokers on Nov. 18.
Even although he confronted a minimal of 47 years based mostly on his responsible plea, he ought to face a a lot lighter sentence if he continues to cooperate with authorities.