Brookyln rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has been sentenced to 24 months in a correctional prison, reported from TMZ. Judge Paul Engelmayer made this decision this morning, according to TMZ.
In addition Tekashi, whose real name is Daniel Hermendez, would spend five years on supervised release and serve 300 hours of community service with an $35,000 fine. Since the Gumo rapper already served 13 months, looks like he'll be home later 2020.

"In my judgment, your conduct is too violent and selfish to make 13 months reasonable. You will not be going free today," Judge Engelmayer said during court.


The Judge states, that 13 months is not enough time served and although he did not pull the trigger Tekashi played a big part in the criminal actions that were taking place. Meeting with the feds 26 times during his arrest, helping put away the Trey-Nine blood gang was appreciated but does not excuse his involvements with the gang.

Looks like the conservational Brooklyn rapper would be back later in the 2020 year - is hip hop ready? Would he come out the same loud mouth social media 6ix9ine we all know?


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