Six Nine Fitness Video
According to a video shared on social media, rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine was assaulted in a Los Angeles workout steam room in South Florida and was taken to the hospital on Tuesday, according to CBS Miami.
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine was beaten severely.
The rapper, whose true name is Daniel Hernandez, was described as having rainbow-colored hair and having had his face torn out by his attorney, Lance Lazaro, to TMZ. Tuesday night, CBS Miami reported that Lazzaro was unreachable and that it was unknown exactly where the attack took place in South Florida.
Hernandez was shown on camera on several social media platforms lying on the gym floor while at least two men stomped and grabbed his hair. Before he became a growing figure in the hip-hop industry, 6ix9ine amassed millions of Instagram followers, becoming a social media sensation.
His multi-platinum track “Fefe,” which features Nicki Minaj, peaked at No. 3 on the pop chart. He also contributed to the song “Stoopid,” a duet with the rapper Bobby Shmurda who is currently incarcerated. Lazzaro claimed to TMZ that 6ix9ine attempted to defend himself during the attack but was overcome by the force of the onslaught and outnumbered.
According to CBS Miami, the rapper was freed early from federal jail after working with law enforcement to bring charges against other gang members.
It is unknown if the lyrics were created by people involved in the fight.
6ix9ine was detained by police in November 2018 and held for 13 months before being found guilty in December 2019. For offenses involving the Nine Bloods gang, he was initially sentenced to 47 years to life in prison.
6ix9ine has admitted to to charges of narcotics trafficking, conspiracy, racketeering, and criminal use of a handgun. Nonetheless, Tekashi, actual name Daniel Hernandez, also cooperated with the authorities in their case against two of his former gang members.
He received a 24 month prison term in exchange. Because to the Covid-19 epidemic, he was released early and put under house arrest in April 2020. By August, Tekashi’s ankle monitor had been taken off, and home confinement rules had been lifted. He will receive a five-year discharge under supervision and perform 300 hours of volunteer work.
Police and emergency services reportedly responded at LA Fitness after the assault, according to TMZ. In another video, 6ix9ine can be seen leaving the restroom with blood on his face and blaming other patrons of tripping him up. However, the guy who shot the video denied any involvement and identified himself as a “fan.”