Will Tekashi 6ix9ine Cut A Deal Over Assault Case?

The rap star will reportedly tap out later this month in court.

(AllHipHop News) Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is reportedly considering a plea deal in his misdemeanor assault case.

The 22-year-old, real name Daniel Hernandez, was detained by police officers in his native Brooklyn, New York after violating parking rules by leaving his vehicle in front of a fire hydrant in May.

Cops then discovered his license had been suspended, and he was taken to a local station to be cited.

However, during his detention authorities discovered 6ix9ine had a warrant out for his arrest in Houston, Texas, for allegedly choking a teenager at a local mall in January.

Cops maintain they attempted to handcuff the MC, who retaliated by reportedly grabbing hold of a cop's hand and squeezing it so hard it caused swelling.

He was subsequently charged with misdemeanor assault charges and now faces up to a year in prison.

On Tuesday, 6ix9ine returned to Brooklyn Criminal Court for jury selection, but it was revealed he is working on a potential plea deal.

Details about the deal were not made public.

Meanwhile, 6ix9ine is also facing the possibility of serving prison time for violating the terms of an agreement he made in 2015 after pleading guilty to one count of Use of a Child in a Sexual Performance.

The rapper has always maintained he had no idea the naked 13 year old he fooled around with in a viral video was a minor.

He is due back in court later this month to be sentenced.