Tekashi 6ix9ine's Baby Momma Sara Molina Says 6ix9ine Is A 'Deadbeat Dad'

Tekashi 6ix9ine's Baby Momma Sara Molina Says 6ix9ine Is A 'Deadbeat Dad'
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Tekashi 6ix9ine's personal life is reportedly in peril. Hot New Hip Hop reported earlier today that his baby mama, Sara Molina, accused him of being a deadbeat dad after his prison release. Moreover, she claims the rapper has completely shunned his daughter out of his life.

Before Tekashi 6ix9ine was incarcerated for very serious charges, Sara Molina was already trashing him on social media. Around the time of his court battle, Sara accused him of ignoring their baby daughter.

In other words, it's really not surprising that these claims are coming to the forefront again because of their history. As it was previously reported, Tekashi 6ix9ine, born Daniel Hernandez, 23, was released from prison just a few weeks ago, and since then, he's been busy making new tracks for an upcoming album.

Hot New Hip Hop claims the rapper has even been dropping wads of cash on himself, while at the same time ignoring his daughter, or at least that's what Sara has claimed. Sara claims Tekashi hasn't shown any interest in their daughter, a report from TMZ revealed.

Sara Molina said in the past that she didn't think Daniel would be the greatest father in the world, but she always thought he would at least put some effort into his child's life and upbringing. This allegedly hasn't come to fruition yet.

TMZ's report also suggested that the rapper's mother has been paying close attention to Saraiyah, however, she has since cut off contact from Mr. Hernandez following his release from the federal penitentiary where he stayed for months.

Sources who spoke with the outlet claimed Tekashi has laid the responsibility on the COVID-19 pandemic. He has purportedly claimed that the pandemic is stopping him from seeing his daughter. This isn't hard to believe considering many of the airlines aren't functioning as they normally do.

As it was noted above, Tekashi 6ix9ine was convicted and sentenced last year on federal crimes, including racketeering, among other very serious charges. He cooperated with the authorities and had his sentence reduced at the request of the prosecutors.

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