Tekashi69 is worried that some conversations he had with the police will be made public, and is claiming anything he may have revealed to officials was done under duress.
The rainbow-haired rapper filed documents in Houston, obtained by The Blast, to keep certain evidence and testimony away from the jury in his ongoing criminal case for allegedly choking a 16-year-old boy.
6ix9ine thinks he may have been recorded while under arrest, and is now claiming any statement he gave was "involuntary coerced or enticed" by police. The "FEFE" rapper also said he did not mean to waive his right to have a lawyer present during his interrogation.
As we reported, Tekashi was in court this week and is currently working with prosecutors to get the case dropped.
He also wants to bar the prosecution from bringing up any prior arrests or convictions with the jury. He's had multiple run-ins with the law lately, and was even arrested in two different jurisdiction just days apart.
It's unclear what exactly Tekashi told cops when they questioned him, but he's either worried about it ruining his legal case or ruining his street cred.
Either way, it's a bad situation for the rapper as he's not only facing jail time in Houston, but in New York as well for violating the conditions of his releaser.