Tekashi 69 Is Released From Prison - The Rapper Will Serve The Rest Of His Sentence Under House Arrest

Tekashi 69 Is Released From Prison - The Rapper Will Serve The Rest Of His Sentence Under House Arrest
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Tekashi 69 received the best news ever amidst the global crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. It seems that a judge decided that the young rapper will not pose any threats to the community sohe will serve the rest of his sentence at home.

Check out the latest reports coming from The Shade Room.

The other day, TSR reported that Tekashi had been released from jail after the judge in his case approved his request for a compassionate release amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

TSR also revealed a few notes from the official documents which state the following:

'Mr. Hernandez does not pose a danger to the community.'

The rapper will be serving the first four months of supervised release on house arrest. It's also important to note that this doesn't mean he's a free man as he will be forced to wear an ankle monitor at an address approved by his probation officer.

His fans are crazy with excitement but haters say that this is not the correct thing to do since we are all under a sort of house arrest these days while social distancing due to the COVID-19 dangers.

Someone commented: 'He was never a danger to anybody 😭 the man is a clown lol.'

Another follower pointed out the fact that 'The community is a danger to him tho,' and one other follower said: 'Really thought this was an April fools joke yesterday.'

Another excited person said: 'Instagram bout to be VERY entertaining in a second,' and a commenter wrote: 'Rats are immune to viruses so he has nothing to worry about.'

One other person posted this: 'He Prolly Would Have Been Safer In Jail Now He About To Come Home To A Deadly Virus & Money On His Head πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ'

Not too long ago, it's been revealed that the rapper was afraid for his life while in prison.

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