Tekashi 6ix9ine looked happy as a rainbow-haired clam when he grabbed two fistfuls of his girlfriend’s booty during her first visit, but that’s all he can look forward to at the moment because the Bureau of Prisons has strict guidelines for what visitors are allowed to wear and what they are not allowed to touch.
The “FEFE” rapper’s girlfriend, Jade, shared the first photo fans have seen of Tekashi since his arrest on a myriad of charges last year. Some fans were left wondering if Tekashi and Jade were able to have a bit more privacy during the visit, but it turns out they definitely did not.
An official for the Bureau of Prisons tells The Blast there are strict rules to physical touching between visitors and inmates, and “In most cases, handshakes, hugs, and kisses (in good taste) are allowed at the beginning and end of a visit.” The BOP also makes it clear, there are NO conjugal visits.
The official would not specifically comment on Tekashi’s pose in his photo, but apparently it passed with the correctional officers that day. As for what Jade will be allowed to wear on future visits, there’s a long list of stuff not to wear, including:
- revealing shorts
- halter tops
- bathing suits
- see-through garments of any type
- crop tops
- low-cut blouses or dresses
- backless tops
- hats or caps
- sleeveless garments
- skirts two inches or more above the knee
- dresses or skirts with a high-cut split in the back, front, or side
- clothing that looks like inmate clothing (khaki or green military-type clothing)
We’re told they recommend wearing clothing that is “appropriate for a large gathering of men, women and young children,” and warn that if a visitor violates the dress code they could be denied visitation.
Hopefully Jade won’t have to take too many more jailhouse photos with her man, because Tekashi’s legal team is working on scoring the rapper bail so that he can taste freedom before his trial in September. As we reported, there is also a grassroots effort to sway the judge and grant the star bail after thousands of fans signed a petition.