Self-Proclaimed King of NY Tekashi69 Arrested On Racketeering Charges

Danny Woods
November 20, 2018

According to reports, the star, real name Daniel Hernandez, was indicted on six counts - conspiracy with others to commit racketeering, discharging a firearm while committing a crime, committing a crime of violence in aid of racketeering, assault with a unsafe weapon, carrying a firearm, and committing a crime in aid of racketeering. His album Day69: Graduation Day was among the top records on iTunes following its February release.

"Power" star 50 Cent hasn't held back when discussing "Gummo" rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine and his latest court case.

The New York rapper - real name Daniel Hernandez - was called before the magistrate along with five other members, believed to be, involved with the Nine Trey gang.

Tekashi 6ix9ine continues to have trouble with the law.

Prosecutors say the Nine Trey gang was an incredibly violent "criminal enterprise" which operated mainly in Manhattan, the Bronx, and Brooklyn. If found guilty, 6ix9ine faces a minimum of 32 years and a maximum of life in prison. 6ix9ine said last week that he had fired Shottie and the rest of his management team.

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6ix9ine has seen a huge rise to fame and has become one of the most controversial names in hip-hop.

According to the prosecutors, back in April, Tekashi waited in a vehicle outside an NYC office while his manager and other associates robbed some of Tekashi's rivals. They also say that, as a key member of the Nine Trey gang, he was involved in selling "highly addictive" drugs and in racketeering.

In a 2015 case in NY, 6ix9ine was sentenced to probation for his involvement in the video that was posted on social media.

50 Cent and Tekashi 6ix9ine.

The video, posted on social media, showed the girl performing a sex act on another man while 6ix9ine "stands behind the child making a thrusting motion with his pelvis and smacking her on her buttocks", according to court documents.

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