Is this a smart move or nah?!
After all the snitching Tekashi 6ix9ine just did he allegedly came up with the bright idea to reject the witness protection program as soon as he’s out of lockdown.
The New York city rapper sing like a canary for three days straight last week pointing fingers and dropping a lot of names of his old gang affiliates (including celebs), and close sources say going forward participation in witness protection is a no go and instead opt for a life of fame.
That might be a stupid move to many, especially considering how many people he snitched on during his testimony — but Tekashi’s camp claims he still wants to make new music, and believes he can pick up where he left off.
Although Tekashi is fully aware that the Nine Trey Bloods could possibly be out for blood, along with many others who are pissed he ratted them out to the feds, his safety plan is simply to keep his round-the-clock security.
So how will he foot this bill one may wonder?
Simple. Tekashi still has some money left over before he got arrest plus, he’s planning on his music career taking off again, once he’s released.
This won’t be a cheap bill. As reported by TMZ, Tekashi also has family members who fear for their lives so the price could add up fast if he decides to protect them too.
Tekashi believes he’ll be out as early as next year, which sounds like the feds gave him a bomb deal deal considering he was just facing a minimum sentence of 47 years before agreeing to cooperate with prosecutors.
In a nutshell, Tekashi’s refusing follow the footsteps of notorious mafia snitch, Henry Hill, who survived under witness protection for just under a decade.
Can 6ix9ine make a comeback or is he setting himself for a death sentence?!
What’s your 2 cents?!