Tekashi 6ix9ine’s father talks about his son’s conviction and says he wants to fix their strained relationship – “I miss him”

# Roommates, after what seemed eternal, Tekashi 6ix9ine was finally sentenced today and despite what many have speculated, he has not been released. There have been several reactions from fans, friends and family members, including his separated father.

According to Lance Lazzaro, Tekashi’s lawyer, Tekashi 6ix9ine’s father Daniel Hernandez Sr. last saw his son when he was in the third year after Tekashi’s mother evicted him from the family home for using heroin in the toilet. In the middle of today’s hearing, 58-year-old Hernandez caused a stir in Manhattan Federal Court when he tried to get his son’s attention.

Spotting his distant father, Tekashi has this to say:

“I took a look – I see my biological father. I haven’t seen him since the third year. I don’t even know if it’s a f ** king joke, everything I live for. “

Tekashi was not the only one with harsh words for Hernandez Sr., as judge Paul Engelmayer scolded him when he tried to raise his hand to speak and go to court. Justice Engelmayer said, “It is too late to show and speak for him. You wasted this right many years ago. “

Outside the courtroom, Hernandez Sr. briefly spoke to the media about his relationship with his son, claiming that he had been trying to contact him for years, but did not have his phone number. He also said, “I wanted to tell him that I love him. I miss him. Why is he going to be angry? “

Tekashi was sentenced to 24 months in prison, 13 of which he has already served. It should be released in late 2020.

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