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Recently released snitch, Tekashi 6ix9ine is vowing to be on his best behavior now that he is a “free man.”
Last week, Tekashi 6ix9ine secured an early release from prison thanks in large part to fears of catching the coronavirus. TMZ is reporting that the “rapper” will not be partaking in his favorite past time… online trolling. The celebrity gossip site caught up with 6ix9ine’s attorney, Lance Lazzaro, and he claims his client has no social media restrictions while on 5-year supervised probation, and that he will not be practicing his old online habits.
While 69’s probation officer will be monitoring everything Tekashi posts on social media, we’re told 6ix9ine will not post anything inflammatory and will use his discretion and common sense when he uses social media.As we first reported … Tekashi was sprung from prison early after a judge signed off on a request to get out to avoid infection from the coronavirus. 6ix9ine is now on supervised release in-home incarceration, which isn’t that much different from the way we’re all living.Tekashi was notorious for being an online troll before he got locked up, but his other attorney, Dawn Florio, tells TMZ … 69 will not be trolling or starting beefs online, and he won’t be promoting gang affiliation on social media either.Tekashi didn’t waste any time hopping back on Instagram, either. He reportedly left a well-timed comment under a post The Shade Room shared joking about snitching, of course.
The celebrity gossip site reports that 6ix9ine will be using his social media to promote new music, and he just wants to spend quality time with his family after his lengthy jail stint.