By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
A few days ago, Tekashi 6ix9ine wasn’t going to be a free man as may expected him to be after snitching on the Nine Trey Bloods’ crimes. Judge Paul Engelmayer decided that 13 months, the length that he’s been incarcerated for on racketeering, murder conspiracy, drugs, and weapons charges, was not enough for him. He ended up giving 6ix9ine two years with credit for time served.
According to TMZ though, 6ix9ine may be a free man sooner than the full two-year period though. His lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, says 6ix9ine’s original release date is November 2020 but says BOP guidelines state that 54 days can be taken off of a sentence for good behavior. Since 6ix9ine’s sentence is two years, 108 days can be tacked off.
If 6ix9ine does a good job of staying low key in prison as he did with cooperating with the feds, we may see the Brooklyn rapper back on the scene in August 2020 if the good behavior deals do kick in. He’s already getting money coming in heavily from streams and from signing a record deal with 10k Projects back in October.
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