"He already contacted a young NYC producer, and someone purchased two beats for him", a music insider told Page Six.
Apparently, Tekashi's former music label feels the same way Gotti does.
The date has been pushed up as 6ix9ine cooperated with the authorities for the trial.
In the short period of time, netizens were able to still spread the tweet along with their comments. He pleaded guilty for racketeering charges earlier this year but Judge Paul Engelmayer made a decision to reduce it from the initial 90-months after he was attacked by fellow inmates.
Assistant United States Attorney Michael Longyear argued that Martin is "one of the highest-ranking members of Nine Trey", becoming a "high 020" which is a position below the top of the gang's structure. Despite all the scandals that Tekashi has faced over the previous year, he plans on continuing with his music career.
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Last month, 6ix9ine testified in court against his former fellow Nine Trey gang members, Anthony "Harv" Ellison and Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack, as part of that agreement. Additionally, Mack was found guilty of conspiring to distribute narcotics, while Ellison was found guilty of kidnapping Tekashi and was also convicted of maiming and assault, according to The New York Times.
While 6ix9ine will benefit from his snitching, not everyone was happy about it. He also added that 10K Projects is only using the controversy to add more publicity in the label.
As a result of Tekashi's cooperation with the government, he has been offered witness protection in return for his testimony.
Tekashi 6ix9ine might be finally out of jail before Christmas.