The rapper was released from prison and began to remove the clips on the back yard



Daniel Hernandez, better known under the pseudonym 6ix9ine or Tekashi69, received permission from the court to do videos during home confinement, provided that they will be held in his back yard. Reported by Page Six.

According to the decision of the Federal court, the rapper is allowed to record a music video while serving his prison sentence at home. Judge Paul Engelmayer gave the rapper permission “to carry out employment activities outside the place of residence, but within the leased property.”

The document States that 6ix9ine has the right to execute employment actions in the course of two hours a week and one particular day, which requires prior approval of the officer of inspection. The rapper also permitted “to perform work” in his basement, which also must be coordinated with the official, and not to exceed eight hours per day.

Earlier, 23-year-old hip-hop artist was released from prison due to pandemic coronavirus. The rapper found the disease, however 6ix9ine is at risk due to chronic respiratory diseases. The remainder of the prison sentence, Hernandez will have to spend under house arrest.

In February 2019 6ix9ine were indicted, among whom were racketeering, possession of a firearm, assault with a deadly weapon and conspiracy to commit murder. Hip-hop artist was threatened with a prison term of at least 47 years, but the rapper agreed to cooperate with the government and testified against other members of the gang Nine trey Gangsta Bloods, which reduced his sentence to two years.

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