Tekashi 69 Sentencing Date Set After Cooperating With The Feds To Convict Members Of The Bloods

AllHipHop Staff

Tekashi 69's testimony helped convict two feared members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. Next year he will receive his sentence after he agreed to cooperate.

(AllHipHop News) Rap star Tekashi 69 could be a free man as early as next year.

According to reports, the rap star will receive his sentence, after he cooperated with the government in a RICO case against the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.

The rapper pleaded guilty to multiple counts in the RICO conspiracy case, and he decided to cooperate in hopes of receiving a reduced sentence.

The rapper's testimony helped secure the conviction of Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack and Anthony "Harv" Ellison earlier this week.

Tekashi 69 testified against both men for several days during the trial, which lasted almost two weeks.

Ultimately, Mack was convicted of drug-dealing and Ellison was convicted of kidnapping Tekashi 69.

Tekashi 69, born Daniel Hernandez, will be sentenced on January 24th.

Comments (3)
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They still going to bless him with at least 5 joints to 8 no way he’s walking I just can’t see it

Cantankerous PIG
Cantankerous PIG

You must've known a cooperative witness with piss poor counsel.


The FED's can play real dirty. He thinks he may get out with time served in January, but the FED's may give him 15-20 years, real talk. He is facing 47 to life, they may give him 20 and tell him at least you're not doing 30-40 or life.

They will lock you up with essentially the people you snitched on, or people who feel some kind of way about you and your actions...