Tekashi 6ix9ine isn't getting the celebrity treatment after getting arrested earlier this week for six RICO and gun felonies.
The troll rapper has been placed in the general population of Brooklyn's Metropolitan Detention Center instead of being held in a segregated part of the federal pen.
MDC is known to house some of the most violent and escape-prone prisoners in the Federal system.
Prosecutor seemed to argue against putting Tekashi in general pop when they said one of the reasons they arrested him when they did is they feared his former Treyway set was about to "super violate" him for comments he made about them during his Breakfast Club interview last week.
During the radio chat, 6ix9ine explained that he had cut ties with his former homies because he thought they were stealing from him and criticized the gang members for being dirty and poor.
6ix9ine will get another bail hearing on Wednesday, and that may give his lawyers a chance to move him to protective custody if they can't get him out altogether.
6ix9ine, his former manager Shotti, and two other Nine Trey Bloods are all facing life in prison on the six charges.
A lawyer who was in the courtroom when they brought a "shivering" 6ix9ine in, explains what went down:
Lawyer that was in court with Tekashi 6ix9ine explains what happened and why he was denied bail pic.twitter.com/5QUdqaACM8— FlyestAround (@around_flyest) November 20, 2018