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Tekashi 6ix9ine: I Will Be Off House Arrest In Just 34 Days!!

By Mike Walters

Tekashi 6ix9ine want the world to know, he will be a free man in just 34 days!!

Tekashi 69 posted a new video statement on Instagram, letting his fans know in just over a month, he will be released from house arrest.

But, the statement has many worried about the rainbow rapper's safety, once he is roaming freely out on the streets.

"I have 34 more days until house arrest is over, about 34 more days and the ankle monitor comes off and the King of New York is back on the streets," Tekashi said.

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The 'Trollz' rapper, like always, then proceeded to list out his musical accomplishments while being locked down inside his home.

"Just picture this right, I've been on house arrest, and I have broken a whole bunch of records," he said.

He continued, "Since I'm been home, the first song out of jail, platinum. I have the #1 record in the world, on house arrest."

The 'Gooba' rapper announced during the IG video he will be releasing "one more music video" while locked up, and it will be dropping on July 3. Unbelievably, he claims all of the previous videos, including 'Trollz' with Nick Minaj were shot inside his house!

"I've been shooting all the music videos from my living room," he says in the video.

'Picture The Noise I'm Going To Make On The Outside'


As you can imagine, Tekashi teases just how much of a scene he is going to make once released. "Picture the noise I'm going to make when I'm outside!" he claimed.

The problem is many of Tekashi's supporters are worried he has a giant target on his back, and being out on the streets is dangerous.

Tekashi famously snitched on members of the Nine Trey Bloods gang in New York, allowing himself to receive a much shorter prison sentence.

"I'm concerned," said the rainbow rapper's lawyer, Dawn Florio.

“Lots of people condemn Danny for cooperating with the government. Even a young gang member who wants to make a name for himself could try something. He’s in great spirits but I won’t rest easy until he’s located in a different state with 24-hour security," she told the NY Post.

How Much Danger Is He Really In?!


But, a lawyer who represented one of Tekashi's fellow gang-members doesn't think the streets are like they used to be in the old mafia days.

“I assumed he was a dead man walking as soon as he got out, but the fans are glorifying him. It used to be that a rat was the worst thing you could be . . . It’s not very ‘God­father’ ish out there anymore," he told the outlet.

Fans of the rapper are also worried about his imminent release, with one saying, "another song, but he's gonna die on the streets."

According to court records, Tekashi is set to be released on July 31.

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