(AllHipHop News) All the drama surrounding Tekashi 6ix9ine keeps adding more layers. The Brooklyn-bred rapper was indicted on multiple federal charges on Monday, and additional information about Tekashi (born Daniel Hernandez) keeps being revealed.
Page Six reports the "Fefe" rapper was taken to FBI headquarters on Sunday for his protection after officials found out he was planning a trip to the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut. The feds apparently got word that former allys of 6ix9ine were planning to harm him, but the rapper supposedly denied the Bureau's protection.
“They wanted to violate him [perform a violent act],” stated Assistant US Attorney Michael Longyear, a prosecutor in the case. “They wanted to ‘super violate’ him.”
Apparently, members of the Nine Trey Gangstas Bloods gang were angry over Tekashi's comments during a recent appearance on The Breakfast Club. The interview was uploaded to YouTube on Friday.
On the show, 6ix9ine reiterated his decision to part ways with everyone he had been connected with since his rise in the music industry. The public separation included splitting from his former TreyWay business associate and current co-defendant Kifano "Shottie" Jordan.
"Every blood is not your blood. There’s a difference between being a gang member and just being a dirty n*gga, and 80 percent of this industry is dirty n*ggas," said 6ix9ine on The Breakfast Club. He later stated, "TreyWay is not even a thing. TreyWay - I created that. That's my sh*t... TreyWay is nothing without me. I don't wanna jack TreyWay no more. Everybody is gone. Get out my life."
The Q&A also included Tekashi 6ix9ine telling the hosts that he only feared two things: God and the FBI. The 22-year-old social media star was arrested on Sunday and later implicated in numerous crimes such as racketeering, violent acts, robbery, and drug dealing.
Hernandez's attorney insists his client was not involved in the alleged conspiratorial criminal activity of the Nine Trey Bloods. If convicted, 6ix9ine could be sentenced to a minimum of 32 years in prison.