The rapper, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, remains under house arrest after his release last Thursday (April 2), and published the Instagram commentary Sunday afternoon.
Commenting on an Instagram article on Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti offering rewards to citizens for “snitching” on businesses violating the order to stay at home in the city, Hernandez said he was “coming to the rescue.”
Hernandez was imprisoned for the first time last year after pleading guilty of racketeering and a host of other charges. He should spend between 37 years for life behind bars.
Lol who said that 6ix9ine isn’t always a troll. This is his first comment on Instagram since its release pic.twitter.com/RkNRA7fwpr
– DJ Akademiks (@Akademiks) April 5, 2020
However, he was called a “spy” after his sentence was reduced by testifying against other members of the Nine Trey Bloods gang. He will serve the remaining four months of his 24 month home sentence.
Talk to Complex, his lawyer Dawn Florio said he plans to use this time to work on new music for his label 10K Projects.
“Yes, he can get out of the music,” she confirmed. “What he is going to do is that he already has this lead for 10K Projects. He must therefore release a Spanish album and an English album. So that’s what he’s going to do. “
The rapper has released an album to date in his career – ‘Dummy Boy’ in 2018. In a star review, NME said: “Hernandez’s lyrics are usually full of bluster and pandemonium, ready to wreak havoc on every line. On ‘Dummy Boy’, all that is missing. Instead, 6ix9ine hits bars without substance; these are often meaningless words that are strung together to fill the silence. “