Tekashi 6ix9ine has made a contract with New York courts, which means that it will be accepted. A 47-year-old legal sentence was reduced by year.
The 22-year-old rapper (born Daniel Hernandez) has been opposing more than four decades in prison on nine federal costs – including racketeering, quiz, gun crime, and a # 39 ; trade.
But the rapper could be free of charge as early as January 2020, after entering the claim made directly public.
The contract requires Hernandez to cooperate with criminals, and publishes information about his unlawful work and others to the Office of the Attorney General of the United States, who sends any document to his / her; they ask and give them evidence before the Chief Jury or at any case.
The court document also says that Hernandez must "be brought to the attention of the Office of all its crimes, and that it does not make any other crime".
"If this defendant does, the Office … agrees not to prosecute the defendant for the crimes expressed."
The document also states that Hernandez can be placed in the protection of evidence at a later date, due to the nature of the evidence that the rapper might have to face others.
Hernandez entered the court hearing that he had paid another member of a member of Nine Trey Bloods, who was a member of, "was killed by a competing member of Nine Trey for murder."
"I have done this to keep my own stand up or rise in Nine Trey."
He lets an excuse for any damage to his actions, and including helping to do so; sold one kilogram of heroin.
"I have been opposed to court, to anyone who was injured, to my family, friends and fans for what I did and who I put down."