Tekashi 6ix9ine was sentenced to 2 years in jail and 5 years supervised release.
The prominent case that has overwhelmed features this year has at long last arrived at its bittersweet end. Considering the way that Tekashi 6ix9ine was at first looking as long as 47 years in jail for nine federal charges, this sentence gives off an impression of being a miracle on paper. Be that as it may, the rapper, his legal team, and his family and friends worked hard to get the judge to be lenient. “Mr. Hernandez, please rise. It is the judgment of the court you are to serve a term of 24 months in prison, with five years of supervised release,” Judge Engelmayer said as he passed on the sentence.
Paving the way to his sentence hearing today, the imprisoned rapper presented a letter to Judge Engelmayer arguing for a lighter sentence. “There is no reason, no legitimization and no expression of remorse sufficient in this world to clarify my wrongdoings,” the rapper composed before clarifying that he frequently questions if his activities were justified, despite all the trouble. His mom, sibling and girl’s mom additionally sent in letters requesting mercy and mentioning that the judge pass on “time served” rather than a jail sentence. On the opposite side of the range, two casualties of the Nine Trey Bloods pack’s wrongdoings sent letters to Judge Engelmayer specifying their horrendous encounters and asked that it be considered during condemning. Another injured individual additionally talked at the consultation today against 6ix9ine.
The examiners protected that Tekashi 6ix9ine was instrumental in them revealing the subtleties they did that were basic for their situation against the Nine Trey Bloods. So also, resistance lawyer Lance Lazzaro contended that his customer assumed a noteworthy job in the arraignment’s body of evidence against the pack and expressed that his “customer’s collaboration is finished.”
Following a hurricane year that saw Tekashi toss a few gang members and VIPs under the transport, join forces with feds, sustain a media free for all and gain the most noticeably awful conceivable road rep, the rapper can at long last take comfort in realizing that he has a future outwardly. We are for the most part anxious to see where the rapper’s profession will go from here.
6ix9ine will likewise need to serve 300 hours of network administration when he is released from jail just as pay a powerful fine of $35,000. With 13 months previously served on his condemning, Tekashi 6ix9ine will probably be released from jail in 11 months, around November 2020.