Guarantee, according to the reports Issued By 6ix9ine Fan of Choking Claims
More potential legal problems for the rapper from Brooklyn.
Despite a turbulent year, Tekashi 6ix9ine is staying active with new music and drama in social media. But a recent development with respect to an incident of January 6, 2018 could finally put a brake to all this. According to iHeartRadio, the Houston police issued a "quote/order" of Daniel Hernandez aka Tekashi 6ix9ine May 10.
The appointment is for the lesser offence of assault towards a teenager named Santiago Albarran. Albarran, according to reports, approached 6ix9ine, which was to go out with Ugly God in a shopping center in Houston, and called it a "gay ice cream truck" and "walking lollipop."
6ix9ine allegedly grabbed Albarran by the neck, leaving marks on his neck. Albarrán took to Twitter after stating that 6ix9ine had strangled him in front of his family.
After several calls to the Houston police, the secretaries of the offices and courts, HipHopDX could not confirm the official of the issuing of the order. Two bail bonding companies can't find any record of an arrest or an order of 6ix9ine in their systems.
His recent New York court date stemming from a guilty plea to a charge of using a child in a sexual performance had been postponed due to the score of your GED is not available.
See clips of 6ix9ine of the physical altercation with Albarran below.