6ix9ine is facing life behind bars.
22-year-old Tekashi 6ix9ine is facing some serious time if convicted on a slew of charges. While his album Dummy Boy went number one on Billboard this week, the embattled rapper may never be able to play those songs for a crowd ever again.
While Tekashi’s lawyers have maintained that they will not accept a plea deal in the federal case against him, evidence continues to mount against 6ix9ine and his former TreyWay associates. Perhaps most damning is the newly released footage and photos that place Tekashi at the scene of an armed robbery that allegedly took place on April 3rd in Brooklyn.
Prosecutors allege that Tekashi actually filmed the incident himself and later gave the footage to a third party to upload to the net. In a separate incident took place a few weeks later on April 21st, photos have begun to surface that place Tekashi at the scene of a pair of shootings, including one that shows the rapper donning a backpack that allegedly was stolen during one of the incidents. Tekashi’s trial is set for September of next year and if convicted he faces 32 years minimum in prison with the possibility of life in prison on the table as well.