Tekashi 6ix9inelawyer of Lance Lazzaro, confirmed to E! On Thursday, the news that your client has been transferred to a new facility for "security reasons". Tekashi had been behind bars at the Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center after his arrest on Sunday for alleged organized crime. According to Lazzaro, the 22-year-old rapper had been "receiving threats from other inmates."
TMZ, who first reported the news, claimed that the "rapper" of BABY "specifically asked to be in a unit away from the Crips and the Bloods." Tekashi was moved on Wednesday night, Lazzaro told E! News, adding that the exact installation to which it was transferred was not immediately known.
Now facing life in prison, Tekashi was denied bail on Monday after a prosecutor said there was evidence that he led or participated in several acts of gang violence. Friend and mentor fifty Penny apparently distanced himself from Tekashi (real name: Daniel hernandez), writing on Instagram, "my son was picked up, I told him not to call me, T – t, the Fed is ridiculous, I'm calling you mom, do not put the FBI on my phone, just positive vibes." 50 cents later deleted the post
Yesterday, Tekashi's team announced their debut album, Simulated child, it is delayed indefinitely. Nicki Minaj, who was ready to appear on at least one of the songs on the album, went to Instagram to share her support for her collaborator "Fefe". "For reasons that go beyond music, the record company will stop publishing its project for now," the 35-year-old rapper told her fans. "Danny, I love you and I pray for you, your mother, your daughter and your mother during this time."
Minaj has supported Tekashi during difficult times, even when this annoyed her fans. For example, he joined Tekashi in "Fefe" even after he was convicted of simulating sex and beating a 13-year-old boy in front of the camera. In August, she explained that he was not involved in her mixing in the 2018 MTV VMAs Because of his controversial person. "At some point on the line, he was not approved to act for the powers that be," the rapper revealed on Apple Music's Queen Radio show. "I do not want anyone to think for a second that I would not invite him to make his successful album, I want everyone to know my character, I really fought, it is what it is."