Tekashi’s baby mama, Sara Molina, joined “TMZ Live” and said she’s adamant the rapper will NOT learn his lesson after all of this … because in no way has this ordeal changed him. She goes on to say Tekashi and his family tried to use her 4-year-old daughter, Saraiyah, as a prop … and she wasn’t having it.
Tekashi 6ix9ine just got the deal of the century — Judge Paul Engelmayer gave him a 2-year sentence, but keep in mind … he’s already served 13 months of that. Bottom line: Tekashi will be out by late 2020.
Once he gets out, he’ll be on supervised release for 5 years and will have to complete 300 hours of community service and pay a $35k fine.
Tekashi, who was wearing dark blue prison scrubs, had almost no reaction when the sentence was read. You’d think he’d be ecstatic, but he sat stoically. BTW, his hair was almost completely black with just traces of his famous rainbow dye job in his braids.
Before handing down his sentence, Engelmayer ran down very specific examples as to why Tekashi should serve more than just the 13 months of time served his team had been pushing. The judge said even though Tekashi cooperated in tremendous fashion, “one way or another the full range of your conduct would have come to light.”
Engelmayer — who revealed Tekashi met with the feds 26 times — said Tekashi may not have pulled the trigger in shootings, but made it crystal clear Tekashi’s responsible … completely rejecting the notion Tekashi was just a passive participant.
The judge did add Tekashi helped prosecutors tremendously but said, “In my judgment, your conduct is too violent and selfish to make 13 months reasonable. You will not be going free today.” Engelmayer said Tekashi deserved a great deal of credit for cooperation but 13 months as time served was NOT nearly enough.