Tekashi 6ix9ine Leaves Jail Early Because of Coronavirus

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Tekashi 6ix9ine Leaves Jail Early Because

Tekashi 6ix9ine Will Be Serving Remainder of Sentence at Home

Tekashi 6ix9ine will be serving the remainder of his two-year jail sentence at home. The rapper was released from a jail in Queens, New York earlier this week. This is after over a week of failed attempts by Tekashi’s legal team to grant the rapper early release.

A Manhattan judge granted Tekashi early release due to the coronavirus. Apparently 6ix9ine suffers from asthma. This makes the rapper more-vulnerable when it comes to the virus.

Tekashi 6ix9ine Doesn’t Deserve Special Treatment

This is not the first time that the rapper turned snitch has attempted to be granted early release. Earlier this year the rapper requested that he serve the rest of his sentence under house arrest because he feared for his life in jail. Unfortunately, that is just a reality of American jails for a number of messed up reasons. Tekashi’s demeanor and behavior prior to entering jail only made things worse for him.

I personally believe that Tekashi 6ix9ine was getting what he deserved by going to jail. He shouldn’t receive special treatment just because he has money or is a celebrity. Thankfully his first attempts at early release were denied. Sadly, it would seem that Tekashi was able to weasel his way into being released.

Tekashi 6ix9ine Leaves Jail Early Because

I’m sure there are other inmates suffering from asthma, yet they are most likely not being released early. It strikes me as quite unfair that simply due to his status 6ix9ine is receiving better treatment.

Final Thoughts

It is unfortunate that this fake gang-banger turned snitch will not be getting the sentence that he deserved. Who knows the exact logistics but my guess is the fact that Tekashi was famous and had money definitely didn’t hurt in regard to him receiving an early release.

What do you guys think though?

Does Tekashi deserve early release or do you think that’s some BS? And how do you believe other inmates dealing with the virus should be treated?

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