Tekashi 6ix9ine Shockingly Admits To “Seven Years Of Domestic Violence” Ahead Of Trial
11 September 2019, 16:13 | Updated: 11 September 2019, 16:52
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has admitted to seven years of domestic violence in a government cooperation agreement. The confession comes ahead of his racketeering trial.
Tekashi 6ix9ine appeared at Thurgood Marshall Courthouse on Tuesday (Aug 10) for a final pre-trial hearing. The "FEFE" rapper is set to testify against two alleged Nine Trey Gangsta Blood gang members in next week's racketeering trial.
However, the 23 year-old rapper has revealed a shocking detail as part of a cooperation agreement. 6ix9ine has admitted to years of domestic violence.
According to Complex, there is a section of 6ix9ine's cooperation agreement with the government which reveals a listed of crimes that he has committed. Due to 6ix9ine admitting to the crimes on the list, the government as agreed not to prosecute him.
Judge Paul Engelmayer explained that the crime 6ix9ine committed on the list was the rapper "admits domestic violence from 2011 to November, 2018."
The judge ruled that any accusations of domestic violence against 6ix9ine will not be permitted to be brought up when he testifies in court next week.
The government said at the hearing is likely to take place on Tuesday, September 17.
Earlier this year, Daily Beast published an article which featured a testimony from the rapper's ex-girlfriend/baby mama, Sara Molina.
Molina alleged that Tekashi 6ix9ine physically abused her over a period of seven years—a timeline which the rapper confessed to the government. However, the domestic abuse victims name was not mentioned in court.
Tekashi's baby mama revealed that Tekashi put his hands on her several times. She detailed a specific incident when the pair were in Dubai, and he beat her so hard that her face was so swollen that she says, "I could barely open my eyes."