Former NYPD officer and "Hip-Hop Cop" Derrick Parker sat down with ITS AGTV to discuss Tekashi 6ix 9ine's federal case.
Parker says 6ix9ine is in a very difficult situation and has numerous things to worry about. As of now, this case is being judged by the public and this makes things even worse for 6ix9ine.
Parker points out that Tekashi could attempt to make a deal, but the other defendants also could try to make a deal with the Feds to conspire against Tekashi.
Either way, Tekashi won't see the light of day anytime soon, because if the Feds release him, the state could pick him up for violating his probation. (In fact, the state intends to re-sentence him for his child touching plea. New York prosecutors initially wanted 1-3 years for use of a minor in a sexual act, but 6ix9ine managed to get probation. )
Parker doesn't think that the Feds will grant bail, as the Feds rarely let a suspect out and because of the stipulations mentioned above.
Parker went on to compare Tekashi's case to Bobby Shmurda's case, saying while they are different, they are very similar. Bobby's case was a state case, while Tekashi's is federal. But both men were targeted by police for their gang activities and being rappers.
Check out the video below. Based on what the Hip Hop Cop explained, Tekashi is going to have to snitch or he's going away for a long long time. If he does snitch, he may just have a short time away.