Well, it looks like Tekashi 6ix9ine isn’t having the time of his life. He just got back from prison, and he hasn’t been quite nice as his lawyer promised the courts. We all know that Akademiks and Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine love hanging out with each other. And he recently took to Instagram to reveal that Tekashi has gone missing on social media.
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine Off Social Media On The Last Few Days Of House Arrest
Lil Ak (Akademiks) has been trying to get back to his career of rap autotune. And he has been best friends with Tekashi for some time. He recently posted a screenshot of Tekashi’s profile, and it showed that he is officially OFF social media. Ak informed his 3.2 million followers that Tekashi might not be coming back to social media at all.
Well, from what we know so far, he might not be coming back anytime soon for sure. Ak later posted a screenshot of a news story that claimed that Tekashi’s lawyers and the federals asked him to disable his accounts for a while. Ak wrote in the caption confirmed the story. He said that Tekashi69 disabled his social media accounts because his lawyers believed that he might just post something that wouldn’t be safe to reveal. Not before he is free at least.
Tekashi 6ix9ine Didn’t Comply By The Rules Promised By His Legal Team.
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6ix9ine lawyers and Federal authorities want him off social media as his freedom nears. – Story via TMZ – Tekashi 6ix9ine will be absent from social media in the last couple weeks before he regains his freedom — but he says he's coming back with a vengeance. Tekashi says as freedom nears, his legal team thinks he might mistakenly leak some crucial info about his whereabouts, meaning where he is now or where he'll be next … once he's cut loose. We're told Tekashi's team hasn't quite decided on that yet, but out of an abundance of caution they're advising he go dark for a while as they figure out that next move. Not shockingly, Tekashi says he'll be back to trolling his haters soon enough, and insists he will NOT leaving his hometown of NYC. We're told one of his lawyers feels he should reconsider … so the matter is still up in the air. At any rate, 6ix9ine tells us he plans to keep roaming the streets of the Big Apple — but adds he'll be rolling "like Trump" in that he'll have a ton of armed guards around. Specifically, he says he plans to hire 22 of them, all former law enforcement officers. Tekashi also says he's gonna have 5 bulletproof SUV-like whips to escort him around town. Despite all those heavy duty precautions … he insists he has "no fear" and is actually excited to get out and about again. As for how these final days of home confinement will go … Lazzaro says the feds will continue to drug test him, advise him and monitor his activity
Tekashi was released from jail because of the pandemic so he could stay in isolation at home. And very soon after his release, he became the same old Tekashi or even worse. His legal team promised the Courts that he would behave. But Tekashi didn’t really.
Soon after he released TROLLZ in collaboration with Nicki Minaj and the song topped the Billboard chart. Since the news, the rapper popped out a bottle of champagne and ranted about everyone who thought he couldn’t do it. The YAYA singer lashed out on Spotify and Apple Music for not giving them any major playlist.
As per reports, Tekashi should be free from the prison by August 1.