Coronavirus gets Tekashi 6ix9ine an Early Release From Prison

3rd April 2020

Rapper Daniel “Tekashi 6ix9ine” Hernandez will be released from prison immediately over concerns for his health amidst the coronavirus pandemic, according to court documents obtained by Page Six.

Hernandez was sentenced in December to two years in prison and set for an early release on July 31. However, due to growing worry about the impact of coronavirus on the incarcerated, Hernandez’s attorney Lance Lazzaro filed a motion for his immediate release. The 23-year-old rapper has asthma, putting him at higher risk of death if he contracts the virus.

New York southern district judge Paul Engelmayer granted Lazzaro’s request on the condition that Hernandez remains confined to his home and tracked by GPS.

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