Tekashi 6ix9ine the Bodyguard, according to reports Shot Out Subsequent to the Judgment of the Celebration

HipHop News Posted on October 26, 2018 at 3:48pm

Tekashi 6ix9ine the Bodyguard, according to reports Shot Out Subsequent to the Judgment of the Celebration

Stoopid.

New York, NY – One of Tekashi 6ix9ine the bodyguard, according to reports, he was shot in the abdomen after a post-judgment of the celebration on Friday night (October 26) in New York City.

According to TMZ, 6ix9ine and his entourage went to a restaurant in midtown where they were celebrating his recent court victory. A security guard — who was also a police officer out of service — was ordered to see more than 10 Records from the Project executive to attend the celebration.

An argument allegedly broke out between 6ix9ine of the computer and the guard. Someone in the rapper from Brooklyn crew allegedly grabbed a chair and smashed it on the executive of the security guard that supposedly, took out his gun and fired four shots, hitting 6ix9ine the bodyguard in the stomach.

The escort was taken to the hospital, rushed into surgery and is currently in stable condition.

A retired police officer that happened to be nearby when the shooting broke out and, reportedly, fired his weapon in an attempt to stop the suspect.

The incident probably caused an abrupt end to 6ix9ine the mood of celebration. The 21-year, he was back in his home state for a hearing on Friday morning, where he was to face the consequences of your 2015 child sexual abuse case.

They gave him four years probation, 1,000 hours of community service and a directive to stay away from gang members and stop affiliations to gangs.

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The judge does not want to #tekashi69 claim any affiliation with gangs in their song, or promotion of any gang or even hanging out with gang members. This is, apart of his probation stipulations. Is that doing too much or too na?

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