Tekashi 6ix9ine's prison sentence is about to end in a matter of days.
The rainbow haired rapper was taken into custody on Nov. 18, 2018 on racketeering and gun charges. He then received a 24 month sentence after working with the feds to convict members of his Nine Trey Gangsta Blood associates.
Tekashi was let out of prison in April because of COVID-19 and allowed to serve the remainder of his sentence in home confinement. The "FEFE" rhymer has asthma and could have been severely affected by the virus if he caught it.
He dropped three singles since being on home confinement, "Gooba", "Yaya" and "Trollz" and trolled a bunch of rappers, including Meek Mill and Freddie Gibbs.
Tekashi's will be a free man as of Sunday, August 2, according to XXL. He'll then be on supervised release for five years. The 24-year-old will also hire full-time security of 22 law enforcement officers since his life is still in danger for working with the feds.
Where do you see Tekashi's career going once he's a free man?