On Wednesday, prosecutors urged a federal judge to slightly treat Tekashi 6ix9ine after he had been an “extraordinary” witness in his lawsuit involving the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. The trial saw the conviction of several former rapper associates, including Anthony “Harv” Ellison.
In a written statement to Judge Paul Engelmayer, prosecutors asked him to let go with Daniel Hernandez, also known as Tekashi 6ix9ine. Earlier in 2019, many outlets reported that Hernandez faced a series of very serious charges with a minimum sentence of 47 years in prison.
Daniel was involved in shootings by other members of the group in 2018 and 2017. Prosecutors wrote in their statement that Hernandez’s “cooperation was extraordinary”. In addition, the letter praised Daniel’s description of the hierarchy of Nine Trey and their behavior and activities.
Tekashi’s involvement and involvement in the trial resulted in the arrest and conviction of several members of the group, including Aljermiah Mack, Kintea McKenzie and Denard Butler. In addition, Tekashi gave up more information related to other cases, which led to accusations from other people.
Daniel Hernandez will hear the verdict on December 18th. As the followers of the case know, Tekashi 6ix9ine was for several months probably the most discussed character of the hip-hop community.
Because of his strange quirks and looks, including rainbow-colored hair and teeth, Tekashi 6ix9ine attracted many followers, who, although not necessarily his fans, were at least interested in him. than public character.
However, after being involved in a number of crimes, including a shooting in New York and accusations of pedophilia, Tekashi found himself in trouble with the federal government for racketeering.
Charges of racketeering were immediately imposed on him and there is ample information that he would incur nearly 70 years in prison if he refused to cooperate. The rapper later revealed that he had paid for the protection and “credibility of the street” of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.