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After All That Shit Talkin’, Tekashi69 Pleads Guilty…

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Controversial rap artist Tekashi69 has just pleaded guilty to more than several criminal charges.

It’s no surprise that Tekashi69, formally known as Daniel Hernandez has been caught up in a lot of mess lately. The 22-year-old was arrested back in November. He was on charges for shootings, robberies, assaults, and distributing drugs. Originally, he pleaded not guilty. But, now it looks as though Tekashi69 has been pillow talking with the feds. 

According to the New York Daily News, he has admitted to criminal activities with Brooklyn’s Nine Trey Blood Gang. Nine counts of racketeering, gun, and drug charges are now under his belt.

A minimum of 47 years was Tekashi 69’s original bargain, but if he continues to cooperate, it could mean less time for new father. So, it looks like the “King of New York” was a snitch all along!

But what do you all think? Was it just a matter of time for him to cave? Please comment below and for more culture, keep it locked to!

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