Few Months ago, 6ix9ine and the Tr3yway Gan members were raided, and are currently facing 25-to-life for racketeering charges. Following an initial denied bail in December, as well as putting together an alleged $1.5 million bond package – it’s looking like the Brooklyn rapper could be home soon.
This week, lawyer for workers, revealed some eye-raising news regarding his case. In the midst of discussing information for the upcoming bond hearing, he revealed that 6ix9ine has officially been appointed a new judge, not the judge who previously denied him bail last month.
We’re assuming that Tekashi’s management may have used their power and gotten a judge appointed that will play ball this time around and pardon the rapper before his trial.
With the hearing set for a few weeks from now, we expect Universal and William Morris Endeavor to quickly recoup the money they lost in November for the botched roll-out of the Dummy Boy album.
Four days of bootlegging, caused the project to under-perform on the charts, including missing out on scoring a Billboard no. 1. Look for this story to aggressively pick up in the coming days.
We don’t fold, we don’t bend, we don’t break.
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