Tekashi 6ix9ine's Mother, Girlfriend, And Bodyguard Write Letter To Judge Pleading For Leniency

Tekashi 6ix9ine's Mother, Girlfriend, And Bodyguard Write Letter To Judge Pleading For Leniency
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Tekashi 6ix9ine will be sentenced soon and all things are seemingly working in his favor. The rapper has people closest to him asking the judge to be lenient with his upcoming court date.

After getting arrested on RICO charges and more, the public figure decided to cooperate with the feds and bring down many key members of the New York blood gang group.

Tekashi was said to be facing up to 47 years in prison but may even get off with time served if the sentencing goes well.

Daniel Hernandez recently wrote a letter expressing both remorse and relief about his current situation. In addition to the culprit himself, Tekashi's mom, girlfriend, and bodyguard have all reached out with a personal letter to the judge presiding over his case.

His mother, Natividad Hernandez, describes her son as a God-fearing, athletic, good person who provides for his whole family and is adored by his 6-year-old daughter.

His bodyguard, Sam Sprouse, wrote that Tekashi is one of the most amazingly talented, surprisingly humble and seemingly most misunderstood kid who got caught up in the wrong crowd who he plans to take under his wing once released.

His current girlfriend, Jade, also groveled for her boyfriend who she described as 'exceptionally respectful, outgoing, very sweet, kind hearted and a genuine generous person.'

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She went on to talk about their relationship that formed only weeks before he was arrested.

'Yes, we knew each other for a few weeks before his indictment but I decided to stick by his side not because I felt I needed to but that he needed someone he can trust in his corner. Throughout the first few months while Daniel was incarcerated. he would always speak on his family, take care of everyone and then go above and beyond with what was necessary. Leading up to this sentencing day, we are extremely optimistic that he will be able to show the change in him to anyone that matters and to the entire world.'

Do you think Tekashi will be a free man soon?

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