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New York, NY – Tekashi 6ix9ine is reportedly spending a large sum of money to guard his household. TMZ reports the incarcerated rapper has spent hundreds on private safety for his mom since his November 2018 arrest.

Last month, 6ix9ine pleaded responsible to 9 federal counts stemming from his involvement with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang. He’s reportedly been cooperating with the feds in hopes of receiving a lighter sentence. Because of that, he reportedly fears his household is in peril.

According to legal professional Dawn Florio, 6ix9ine can afford the additional precautions. “Tekashi has the means to pay for his household’s personal safety, so the federal government expects the cash to come back out of [his] pocket to guard his closest members of the family,” Florio stated.

The mom of 6ix9ine’s Three-year-old daughter, Sara Molina, is reportedly paying for her personal armed safety. During a current episode of TMZ Live, Molina vowed to maintain her little one’s security her primary precedence — even when that meant zero contact with the daddy.

“He did what he did,” Molina stated.. “He made his mattress and now he has to lie in it. But he didn’t take into consideration the way it was going to have an effect on others. He’s solely enthusiastic about himself within the scenario. I’m left to choose up the items of no matter mess he’s made, which is and has all the time been a factor … my job is to guard my daughter in any respect prices and even when which means him.”

6ix9ine is predicted to be sentenced in January 2020. He presently faces at the very least 47 years in jail if convicted on all fees.

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