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Tekashi 6ix9ine Requests Tight Security For Community Service

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6ix9ine Fears For His Safety During Community Service: "I Need Tight Security"

6ix9ine Fears For His Safety During Community Service: “I Need Tight Security”

Tekashi 6ix9ine is reportedly worried about his safety as he prepares to start community service. The rainbow haired rapper will be off house arrest this Friday and he’s taking necessary steps to ensure his safety.

I’m surprised I didn’t die yet,” Tekashi responded to a post by Akademiks sometimes last month. “But its not so bad being dead the way ya support the artist after they die. #fakelove.”

6ix9ine had earlier deactivated his social media pages, following an advice by his legal counsel, Lance Lazzaro, to quit using social media for the time being as he fears that he will give away vital pieces of information that would expose his location.

6ix9ine Fears For His Safety During Community Service: "I Need Tight Security"

However, Tekashi has been assigned 300 hours of community service, and his lawyer Lance Lazarro has confirmed that he is yet to have completed a single hour.

The rapper and his team have also pointed out an issue that appears to be having an impact on his upcoming commitment to community service. They’re concerned Tekashi could be a sitting duck for anyone seeking revenge … while he’s doing good to make good on his sentence.




According to TMZ, Lazarro is requesting that 6ix9ine be able to do his service at a secured facility, providing the example of a hospital or a school.

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