Sentencing Judge Says She Is Not Responsible For Letting Rapper Loose

The court system is not happy with 6ix9ine, but apparently, there is nothing that can be done.

(AllHipHop News) The judge that let rap star Tekashi 6ix9ine remain free seems to have some regrets about her decisions.

Just hours after the rap star avoided prison time for violating the terms of a sexual assault charge against a minor, a member 6ix9ine's entourage was shot in the stomach during a violent altercation with his manager's security in Manhattan.

Since then, the rapper has not been able to stay out of trouble on both coasts.

A rep for Judge Felicia Mennin issued a statement about all of the issues that have transpired since his court date on October 26, saying she had nothing to do with setting the admitted Bloods gang member free.

"Although Judge Mennin was the sentencing judge, the long-standing plea agreement was agreed to by the presiding judge at the time, and the other parties involved," a representative for Judge Mennin said.

Just hours after 6ix9ine left court, his manager Shottie was accused of starting a brawl during a meeting with the rap star's manager, which resulted in a member of their entourage being shot in the stomach.

Shottie was eventually released on $1,000,000 bail, and charged with gang assault.

Days later, 6ix9ine started feuding with Slim 400 and YG after an incident at Complexcon.

Shots were fired at his video set as he was preparing to film with Kanye West and Nicki Minaj in Beverly Hills.

Meanwhile, 6ix9ine does not seem to be slowing down at all, when it comes to beef with other rappers.

Last night, 6ix9ine dissed 50 Cent, although it's unclear if the pair are trolling each other or really heading towards beef.

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