Tekashi 6ix9ine has been under supervised release since getting out of prison in 2020.
He has about three more years to go.
This week, he tried to nix those years by requesting judge Paul Englemayer either terminate or prematurely end the five years of supervised release he was sentenced to and make him fully free.
His lawyer Lance Lazzaro argued 6ix9ine “has taken considerable steps to better himself” and no longer associates with “criminally minded individuals.”
Judge Englemayer wasn't buying it.
“Mr. Hernandez’s compliance with the law since his April 2020 release cannot be divorced from the fact that he has been under judicial supervision. The supervised release regime has given Mr. Hernandez, like other defendants, a strong incentive to abide by the law. Although the Court is hopeful that Mr. Hernandez’s choice since his release to abide by the law reflects a durably matured internal compass, the Court today cannot be fully confident that, freed of judicial supervision, he would not lapse," the judge wrote, adding that Tekashi had only completed 10 of the 300 hours of community service he was sentenced to.
While being on supervised probation should limit 6ix9ine's trolling, he has still been able to troll pretty hard.