Tekashi 6ix9ine is enjoying his first taste of freedom in about 21 months – his home confinement and GPS-monitored days officially end. The rapper’s lawyer, Lance Lazarus, tells TMZ… The federal probation officer of Tekashi goes to the rapper’s home on Saturday to remove his blood pressure monitor. We are told that 6ix9ine will also receive a timeline for when he will need to register with his PO during his 5 years of supervised release.
This is a momentous occasion for Tekashi… remember, the witness of the rapper who became a state (aka snitch) proudly showed off his ankle monitor when he dropped his first music video after being in jail. While T69 can now leave his home, he is not really free to move around the country, as they say.
Lazzaro says Tekashi will have to get permission from his PO anytime he wants to leave the state or country, including when he goes for a performance or recording session. No exceptions for business trips!
The good news for 69 is that as long as he’s within New York State borders, we’re told he doesn’t have to check with the PO for every little thing he does. . So considering he’s been locked up since November 2018 … it’s pretty damn close to his life before jail. Wisely, we’re told he’s not going wild… he’s nothing special on the schedule, other than going to the studio. and make music. Throwing away the ankle monitor and leaving the house is fine … but Tekashi still has to perform 300 hours community service. Not to mention that her team is still concerned about gang members seeking revenge.
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