The rapping child rapist with the price on his head is already making the feds upset with him.
People are trying to blame a neighbor, but there were so many videos of him outside, his location had pretty much been pinpointed anyway.
Neighbors are going to continue to give him up wherever he goes.
No one wants a shootout in their neighborhoods.
Tekashi 6ix9ine was reportedly moved to another location for house arrest after a neighbor leaked his address
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, who is serving time on home confinement, had to be relocated Sunday after the location of his rented home was leaked, TMZ reported.
The rapper, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, was released from a New York prison from prison four months early into home confinement after his lawyer argued he was at a higher risk for COVID-19 symptoms because of asthma.
According to TMZ, a person who lives across the street from where Hernandez posted a photo of the rapper standing on a balcony and posted his address. A video circulated on Twitter reportedly showed the rapper on his balcony, which prompted his address to be shared online. Hernandez had been living at a rented property at an undisclosed location, according to previous reports.
Lance Lazzaro, the rapper’s attorney, confirmed to TMZ that Hernandez had to be moved to a new location due to the address leak and said the government had been made aware of his relocation. – Source
Tekashi 6ix9ine says he has no regrets about snitching on his former gang: ‘I’m supposed to be loyal?’
Tekashi 6ix9ine — the rapper whose real name is Daniel Hernandez — released a new music video on Friday.
It comes under unusual circumstances: Hernandez is currently under home confinement — released from prison early because of the coronavirus pandemic — serving a 2-year sentence after pleading guilty to several crimes in relation to his involvement with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang.
In the song, titled “Gooba,” Hernandez dares people to “tell me how I ratted.” He was branded a “snitch” for betraying his gang and cooperating with prosecutors.
Following the music video’s release, Hernandez held an Instagram livestream viewed by more than 2 million people simultaneously. He suggested he has no regrets about cooperating with prosecutors.
“Kidnap me? Beat the s— out of me and everything? I’m supposed to be loyal to that?” he said.
Hernandez expressed pride at the enormous number of people who watched his livestream, saying it marked a comeback for the rapper, who also turns 24 today.
“Y’all could never cooperate with the government and come back,” he said. “Y’all could never do that. I’m a living legend at the age of 24 years old.” – Source