Tekashi 6ix9ine Tells Police Different Story About Getting Kidnapped & Robbed At Gunpoint
23 July 2018, 10:00 | Updated: 23 July 2018, 10:39
6ix9ine is currently recovering from the drama...
Tekashi 6ix9ine has reportedly given conflicting stories after he was kidnapped, pistol whipped, robbed and hospitalised over the weekend.
The controversial rapper, who has also released a new song with Nicki Minaj called ‘Fefe’, initially told TMZ that he was attacked by 3 hooded gunmen, who blocked his driveway as he arrived home and pistol whipped him to knock him unconscious.
6ix9ine then apparently found himself in the backseat of a car, when the criminals threatened to kill him and demanded that he hand over $750,000 in jewellery and between $15,000 and $20,000 in cash.
Sources then told the publication that the gunmen drove away with 6ix9ine still in the vehicle however he was able to open the backdoor and jump out before seeking help and checking himself into hospital, where doctors performed a series of tests including a CT scan.
As crazy as it sounds.. yesterday morning I had a feeling that it was my day to die. May GOD strike me dead if I’m lying. Everything happens for a reason 🙏🏻🙏🏻 I know you was there 💜 Nothing materialistic is more important then LIFE. I live to see another DAY 🙏🏻 I get to see my daughter another day. No Hate Charge it to the streets.
However law enforcement sources have now told TMZ that 6ix9ine told them a different version of events.
After interviewing the rapper, he told them he was sitting at a red light when a car bumped them from behind.
He told police that two men with guns jumped out, grabbed him and shoved him into their car and drove away.
6ix9ine then told cops that they drove to his home and called his baby mother and asked her to come outside with his jewellery and money.
Tekashi then reportedly called the police and told them he escaped but then refused to co-operate, before later checking himself into hospital.
Police have told TMZ they have no idea how 6ix9ine was physically injured in the incident.