Tekashi 6ix9ine is a FREE man after federal authorities finally removed his ankle monitor, something he hasn’t been in almost two years!!
Tekashi 69 is set to be officially released from custody today, and the only thing left for the rainbow rapper to complete is several years of probation.
At this point, he is free to leave the house and go where he pleases and is not going to be tracked or monitored by the government.
This is a huge moment for the ‘Gooba’ rapper considering he was taken into custody 21 months ago!
According to a statement issued by his lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, Tekashi’s federal probation officer is currently at the rapper’s home and is removing his ankle monitor. After it is removed, Tekashi will be given a schedule for the dates and times he is required to check in with his probation officer going forward. Remember, the rainbow rapper is still on 5 years of ‘supervised release’ which means you still have to meet with a PO for the next several years.
But, Tekashi is PUMPED he is being freed!
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As for getting down to work, Tekashi is NOT allowed to leave the country without first checking in with the probation office. If the rapper intends on performing outside of the United States, he must get permission before booking the show.
But, the good news is that he can roam free within the New York state borders, and doesn’t have to check in the PO for all other little things going on in his life.
In other words, he is a free man!
As we reported, Tekashi’s team is worried gang members may seek out revenge for his snitching on them during the criminal case. The rapper is required to complete 300 hours of community service as part of his release, and his legal team is worried about him being a sitting duck in that location.
We have to believe Tekashi knew what he was getting himself into when he decided to testify against his fellow gang members.
In the end, we are in the middle of a worldwide pandemic, and Tekashi’s first concert is a massive $5 Million deal where he is going to be performing virtually for an online crowd. In other words, he is safe…for now.