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Tekashi 6ix9ine Trolls Everyone After Being Order Not To When Getting Out Of Jail By Saying “Coming To The Rescue” After LA Mayor Says He’s Rewarding Snitches For Non-Essential Businesses Violating Stay-At-Home Orders

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

The coronavirus pandemic continues to affects all of our lives in some way as people are losing loved ones, we can go to sporting events, concerts, movie theaters, dine in at restaurants, and other daily places we would visit. This pandemic ended up helping Tekashi 6ix9ine though who was released from prison this week due to concerns of the virus and his health issues such as asthma.

One condition of 6ix9ine’s release according to his attorney Dawn Florio, is that he can use social media but in “good taste” and can’t be trolling like he used to prior to getting locked up. He’s back at it though as he gave his thoughts on the way Los Angeles is dealing with their stay-at-home orders.

LA Mayor Eric Garcetti said that the city would offer “rewards” to people who snitch on non-essential businesses who violate these stay-at-home orders. Under DJ Akademiks’ post about this situation, 6ix9ine commented “Coming to the rescue.” He said this because he’s labeled as a snitch now after he snitched on the Nine Trey Bloods in court in September. 6ix9ine ended up being sentenced to two years in prison for his racketeering case and crimes involving the gang but was given credit for time served. He was set to be released in August but is now free due to the virus and is on house arrest for the remainder of his sentence.

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