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Could this be the end of tekashi 6ix9ine's miracle run? We all know that this young Hip-Hop Artist has a string of hit singles that's propelled him to the top. He's also know as a super Troll. But along with the fame comes trouble for those artists that lack proper guidance. Even though many people have attempted to drop some wisdom on 6ix9ine. The attempt to redirect that negative energy especially all that trolling towards something positive. The long arm of the law has caught up to 6ix9ine and his team. Sunday Daniel Hernandez aka 6ix9ine, was arrested. After a five-year federal investigation. Daniel Hernandez, 22, is allegedly accused of being a member of “a violent sect of the Bloods” gang. His ex-manager Kifano “Shottie” Jordan, Faheem “Crippy” Walter, Jensel “Ish” Butler & Jamel “Mel Murda” Jones, members of Hernandez’s security team. These four face separate drugs charges of selling heroin, fentanyl, MDMA and marijuana, racketeering, conspiracy to commit murder & armed robbery The Indictment reads, Tekashi (also known as 6ix9ine) and his crew allegedly conspired to commit a series of crimes that included drug deals, armed robberies and shootings. Among the claims in the indictment is that Tekashi personally committed armed robbery along with his manager and the gang members on April 3rd, when they robbed a rival gang at gunpoint. It also alleges that Fuguan Lovick, one of the arrested individuals, as the man who pulled the trigger at an April 21st shooting incident at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. TEKASHI was placed in Gen - Pop General Population at the Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center when he was first arrested. Now he's been transferred to a federal facility that is regularly used to house witnesses who cooperate with the feds TMZ has learned. Sources connected to the new detention center tell TMZ ... the U.S. Marshals facilitated the transfer Wednesday night. Our sources say 69 specifically asked to be in a unit away from the Crips and the Bloods. Attorney Lance Lazaro, had no comments pertaining to Tekashi 69 cooperating with the Prosecution. He would only tell TMZ that 69 was transferred for "security reasons." Lazzaro tells us 69 was getting threats from gang members at MDC. These charges has a possible life sentence, with a mandatory twenty-five years minimum in jail. His new album Dummy Boy has been postponed. Written by Faddys Place Artwork By Frances Markx

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