6ix9ine Could Be Released From Prison Any Day Now Due to Coronavirus

Update Judge Wants 6ix9ine Released Due to Asthma Condition Amid COVID-19

Surprisingly, the rapper still has fans waiting for him on the outside, with a few persons commenting free 6ix9ine below publications reporting on the topic.

50 Cent has responded to news that Brooklyn rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is set to be released from jail soon after appealing to the Bureau of Prisons. According to Complex, the rapper, real name Daniel Hernandez, has requested compassionate relief in light of the coronavirus outbreak, an appeal United States District Judge Engelmayer is expected to grant.

Upon his release from custody, he will be on four months of supervised release in home incarceration, which will be enforced by Global Positioning System monitoring.

"The defendant must remain at his residence except to seek any necessary medical treatment or to visit his attorney, in each instance with prior notice and approval by the Probation Department", Engelmayer wrote.

The order comes after repeated appeals by Tekashi's lawyers for him to be released because he suffers from asthma and he could be at risk of death if he contracts coronavirus behind bars. Hernandez originally faced up to 37 years in prison but was allowed leniency after testifying against members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang. 445, representing that the Bureau of Prisons has now denied his request for compassionate relief and that the Court's review under 18 U.S.C. § 3582 (c) of his application to convert the balance of his term of imprisonment to a term of home confinement is now administratively proper.

In Lazzaro's letter to Engelmayer, he said: "Mr. Hernandez's administrative request to BOP for compassionate release was denied because as a non-BOP inmate, BOP is refusing to grant Mr. Hernandez compassionate release".

The Queens rapper officially marked his name in the history books in October of previous year, as he provided critical information to sink a few of his for Nine Trey Bloods gang members while he was under oath.

Now it is a matter of when Tekashi will be released.

His lawyer tells The New York Times that he won't be entering the witness protection program, and plans to continue making music upon his release on July 31.



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