New York rapper Tekashi 69 REMOVES Witness Protection and says he will pay the bill for his own safety & # 39; so that he can stay famous & # 39; after & # 39; snitching & # 39; on fellow gang members in a bomb test
- Tekashi 69 testified before the government earlier this month and it remains to be seen how long he will be sentenced
- He spent 47 years behind bars for racketeering and firearms violations
- He immediately agreed to testify for the persecution as their star witness
- For three days he stunned his stories about gang life in a courtroom in New York
- He claimed that Cardi B was also a member of the gang and was recalled in tears when he was abducted by one of the defendants
- When he finally comes out of jail, he plans to pay for his own safety
- The 23-year-old also wants to restart his career with the reputation of the case
Tekashi 69, the & # 39; snitch & # 39; rapper who hired his staff to testify before the federal government in an astonishing lawsuit that has lifted the cover on gang culture and crossovers with the Hip Hop community, has rejected witness protection and says he will fend for himself when he is released from prison.
Tekashi, 23, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, was charged in November 2018 for a series of charges, including racketeering and firearms violations.
He stared at the barrel of 47 years in prison, but made a deal with prosecutors to testify before them against former gang members Anthony & # 39; Harv & # 39; Ellison and Aljermiah & # 39; Nuke & # 39; Mack who allegedly belong to the Nine Trey sect of the infamous Blood.
In the course of three days earlier this month, he testified before the government and told how he was once abducted by one of the defendants.
Tekashi 69 (shown in court in October 2018 before being put in prison) has said he will not accept witness protection when he is released in exchange for witnessing against former government gang members
He also tried to involve other well-known Hip Hop names, including Cardi B (who once denies being part of the gang) and Jim Jones.
It remains unclear how much time he will serve behind bars, if present after a verdict has been reached.
Closing arguments started on Thursday and will probably last the day. A decision will probably not be taken until next week, after the court has been reopened from Rosh Hashanah.
Tekashi has been in custody since November last year.
It is possible, though unlikely, that he can roam freely for the time he has served.
If he does, his team says he doesn't need the help of the government from outside. Instead, he plans to pay his own guards and hopes that the reputation of the case will restart his career.
Instead, the 23-year-old rapper plans to pay for his own 24-hour security so that he can remain famous and retain the public person he created
According to TMZ, the Brooklyn-based rapper not only pays for his own 24/7 security, but also plans to offer bodyguards to those closest to him.
Among the people the rapper is trying to engage is Cardi B. She denies ever being part of the gang he said was involved with
The 23-year-old became famous on Instagram, where he promoted his songs, including Stoopid and Dummy.
His legal problems started in 2015 when he was involved in making a sex tape with a 13-year-old girl. He did not have sex with the child, but was involved in the production of the video and was sentenced to probation.
In anticipation of the conviction, he was accused of mistreatment and driving without a driver's license.
But his gangs have put him in the most trouble.
In November 2018, he and five others were charged in a major charge against their involvement in the sale of drugs and two shootings in New York City.
Prosecutors said they were part of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang.
Tekashi immediately turned around and agreed to testify for them.
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