Tekashi 6ix9ine is regaining his freedom.
After spending nine days in a cell in the Dominican Republic’s La Vega province, On Tuesday afternoon, October 24, Judge Adayas Sanchez granted conditional release to the Mexican-born singer, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez.
According to various sources familiar with the matter, Tekashi was released on $10,000 cash bail.. Rapper You cannot leave the Dominican Republic Because you have to appear before the law To be signed periodically over the next six months. Neither can Tegasi Be in contact with or in close proximity to the alleged victim.
Tekashi 6ix9ine’s first message since his release from prison
A few hours after being released, 6ix9ine shared the video on his official Instagram account and thanked his fans in the Dominican Republic for their support.
“I want to thank God. Thank you, Dominican Republic. I love you all. Thanks for the support, thanks for the love. People of La Vega, there you are, in the morning, early in the morning. The singer added that The promise of a free show is still there. However, this is a task you leave to your team To avoid logistical problems as the number of fans waiting to see it is huge.
For his part, Tekashi’s lawyer, who appears in the artist’s video, La Vega urged the rapper’s fans to evacuate the court’s perimeter Given that “The process of implementing independence has begun” Therefore No point in them still being there.
“Thank you, Dominican Republic. Vega. I love them. Thanks for the support. thank you thank you thank you.”, The singer finished.
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Tekashi 6ix9ine was arrested on Sunday nightOct. 15, outside his hotel in the Dominican Republic After rapper Diamond La Mafia pointed him out raid and assault on two of its producers.