Tekashi 6ix9ine just got the deal of the century — the Judge Paul Engelmayer gave him a 2-year sentence, but keep in mind … he’s already served 13 months of that. Bottom line: Tekashi will be out by late 2020.
Once he gets out, he’ll be on supervised release for 5 years, and will have do complete 300 hours community service and pay a $35k fine.
After a female victim — an innocent bystander shot in the foot during one of the gang’s crimes — spoke, Tekashi finally addressed the court. He offered to pay her medical bills. Tekashi admitted throwing his money around was not the best look, but he wanted to help her and apologized for the shooting.
He read most of his comments from a letter he’d written, and talked about his father abandoning his family when he was in third grade. He also copped to making a lot of bad choices in his 23 years, but said that didn’t make him a bad person.
Tekashi was originally facing a minimum of 47 years in prison before agreeing to assist prosecutors by ratting out his former gang members.
He copped to multiple counts of racketeering, conspiracy, firearms offenses and narcotics trafficking. According to federal docs … Tekashi was involved with dealing heroin, fentanyl, ecstasy, amphetamines and weed.
The feds said the conspiracy included multiple acts of murder, robbery and extortion. Prosecutors also referred to a video TMZ first posted of Tekashi offering a $30k bounty for someone to shoot Chief Keef’s cousin.