Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine offered massive record deal in prison

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He's now looking at 47 years in prison. It was announced by Page Six earlier today that Tekashi 6ix9ine, née Daniel Hernandez, 23, had forked out the cash to buy several new beats and he has full intentions of releasing new music after he gets out - if he even serves time in prison at all.

West Coast rapper Blueface isn't looking to collaborate with Tekashi 6ix9ine in the near future.

Once 6ix9ine's a free man, our sources say he'll get the money in return for putting out 2 albums. one in English and one in Spanish.

And that's not all.

This helped reduce the rappers sentence.

Tekashi took the stand last month for a testimony that spanned three days, and spoke openly about his former connections to the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.

Tekashi's decision to testify against his former associates - and detail the inner workings of the gang in front of a judge and jury - has earned him some backlash, with other rappers like Snoop Dogg publicly branding him a snitch. Although the rappers fate is yet to be determined in December 2019, this doesn't stop the rapper from making plans for his music career. While he has rejected going into the witness protection program, planning to continue his music career he may have just landed a brand new deal all the way from behind bars.

Martin pleaded guilty to multiple charges including racketeering conspiracy and firearm offenses on June 27.

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