Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine said he was guilty of Monday to Army Fees and Firearms, according to reports from the NBC 4 station and PIX11 New York.

The rapper Brooklyn, with his legal name by Daniel Hernandez, is one of the four arrested warnings and guns earlier this month, the authorities said.

Tekashi 6ix9ine was in a federal arrest while he was in a while; waiting for his court after he was arrested, with charges saying he took part in the Servant Hunting in Brooklyn and how he was attacked on his arrest; gun guns spring in spring.

Tekashi is still in custody, with a pre-conference conference scheduled for January 22, 2019 and a test date of 4 September, 2019, the NBC 4 report and PIX11.

The Authorities inserted three of the old companions Hernandez, Kifano "Shotti" Jordan, Jensel "Ish" Butler and Faheem "Crippy" Walter.

His lawyer published, Lance Lazzaro, a statement on Wednesday, saying that 6ix9ine is "completely innocent of the taxes brought against him."

"A fangler who is a gangster image for promoting music does not become a member of a campaign," said Lazzaro in the statement. "Mr Hernandez was suffering from this campaign and subsequently took steps to shoot staff and put this campaign publicly through a morning show. The threats were then made against his life and This has led to this case. "

The USA SA has come to a Tekashi 6ix9ine lawyer to comment on his claim.

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6ix9ine is one of the most common and controversial names in hip-hop in the last few months. His Day69 program was: Graduation Day among the main charts on iTunes after being released in February.

He is also known for his "Fefe" multiplata hit by Nicki Minaj, who came to a top at No. 3 on the pop charts, and "Stoopid," a & # 39; shows the Bobby Shmurda rapper.

6ix9ine has also set up a run-in series by law legislation and is publicly announced himself as a member of the New York, 9 Bloody Trey violence game.

In a 2015 case in New York, 6ix9ine was convicted of a probation for being involved in an introductory video of a 13-year-old daughter.

The video, posted on social media, showed that the girl is sexually sexually fulfilling another. It's 6ix9ine "standing behind the child who suffers to move with her kit and smokes her on her lap," according to the court documents.

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