Tekashi 69 Must Have An Excellent Lawyer: The Word On The Street Is That If He Cooperates, All Charges Will Be Dropped - Watch His Baby Mama, Sara Molina Speaking On His Case

Tekashi 69 Must Have An Excellent Lawyer: The Word On The Street Is That If He Cooperates, All Charges Will Be Dropped - Watch His Baby Mama, Sara Molina Speaking On His Case
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It seems that more and more signs point out to the fact that rapper Tekashi 69 might walk out of jail as a free man after everything that happened. Recent reports detailed that Tekashi 69 pleaded guilty for nine counts in a federal racketeering case.

Complex has a transcript of the guilty plea, and there are some mind-blowing revelations in it.

Recently, Tekashi’s baby mama  Sara Molina talked in an interview about Tekashi’s guilty plea , and she basically says that he won’t be doing time after he 'snitched.'

The Shade Room comes with new details and only confirms the rumors that Tekashi might become a free man without doing time .

They write that the rapper 'must have a really good lawyer because word on the street is as long as he continues to cooperate, his sentence could be way less than the minimum time he’s currently facing.'

TSR continues and says that 69 'is facing a minimum of 47 years in prison after pleading guilty to multiple charges including conspiracy, narcotics trafficking, and racketeering to name a few. Tekashi has allegedly been cooperating with the feds, and the District Attorney has agreed to not prosecute him for a lot of the crimes he’s being charged for as long as he keeps cooperating.'

As we already said, Tekashi might even enter the witness protection program if he gets out.

Someone said 'he needed to listen to all the advice he was getting, but he thought he knew better.. No look! KENDRICK SAID BE HUMBLE! The boy wouldn't sit down.😂'

Another follower posted 'Snitches end up in ditches that's why his azz will need witness protection....how they're gonna remove all of those tatts on his face IDK nor do I GAF.'

Someone else wrote that 'he had 1.7 in his bank account, and he’s got some of the best lawyers in the game right now. He won’t be living comfortably for long.'

A follower wrote that 'he got caught for something HE DID. Then to avoid the sentence he snitched. DON'T do the crime if you are not gonna face the consequences if you get caught.'

What are your thoughts on this case?

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  • Robert
    Robert Feb 19, 2019 4:32 PM PST

    Tattoos and his attitude his ass belongs in jail period all these rappers think there above the law face tattoscetc libe like your auppose to. No pne wants to.look at freaks and witness protection why should tax payers money support this jerk

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