6IX9INE OFFERS JUDGE $1.5 MILLION AND A PROMISE
Daniel Hernandez, better known by rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, is in prison because him and his crew are connected to three armed robberies and shootings in Brooklyn including a racketeering case. The judge denied Tekashi’s bail when he was first charged but he won’t stop there. In an interview, his lawyer, Lance Lazarro, reportedly said he is putting a bail package together so that he can be set free until his trial starts in September. His idea is to ask the judge to set Tekashi’s bail at #1.5 million and let them know that he is not a threat to society. But at the time of his release, 6ix9ine has to promise to stay local and out of trouble. The rappers’ lawyer says he wants to file the motion before his next court appearance which is scheduled towards the end of January.