6ix9ine’s time In house arrest is almost up and he claimed he will be cautious and motivated by music
The rapper will be relatively free sometime in August after getting out of prison back in Saltillo due to the covid-19 Pandemic.He’ll still be on supervised release for 5 years, but free to go out and about on his own, which raises the obvious concern … whether or not he can stay out of trouble.
Tekashi’s attorney, Lance Lazzaro told TMZ his client is not thinking about getting in trouble and he is focused on work,security and elevating his music career.
The “Trollz” rapper will need permission from the judge to leave the Southern and Eastern Districts of NY, but Lazzaro says that shouldn’t be an issue as long as 6ix9ine proves he’s leaving for legit work … which is his plan.
Of course, going back out in public also means heightened concern about revenge for snitching. Lazzaro says 69’s going to be consulting with his security team on every move and will be extra careful, even when conducting business.
Keeping a low-profile’s never been Tekashi’s thing, but his lawyer says that’s what he intends to do. We’re told he’s not planning to attend any events, at least for a while. Not that there’s a hell of a lot happening thanks to COVID-19.
We hope the rapper keeps himself safe and is able to stay out of trouble.