6ix9ine Placed In General Population After Feds Uncovered Plot To Kill Rapper

Tekashi 6ix9ine will try for bail on Wednesday, but until then, he's in general population in prison.

(AllHipHop News) Things are looking bad for Brooklyn rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, who is now facing a life sentence in prison.

The FBI took 6ix9ine, his manager Shottie, TreyWay label "executive" Crippy and two other men in custody on Sunday and charged each individual with racketeering.

The men, who are accused of being members of the Nine Trey Bloods, allegedly unleashed a year of terror on their enemies, while dealing drugs and plotting murders against their enemies and their own gang members.

Tekashi was trying to make bail in the case. Apparently, the rapper has about $1.7 million in cash in the bank, which he offered to the court along with his passport, but a judge has denied his request.

The rapper was also placed into general population at the notorious prison, even though the feds foiled a plot by Nine Trey gang members to "Super Violate" the rapper for distancing himself from the gang during an interview on The Breakfast Club.

6ix9ine, born Daniel Hernandez, will try for bail again on Wednesday, during his next court hearing.