Tekashi 6ix9ine has an offer of witness protection if he wants it
According to TMZ, the notorious snitch will turn it down and live his life in plain sight.
6ix9ine sang like a canary for three days last week during the trial of Nine Trey Bloods Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack and Anthony "Harv" Ellison. He knows folks will be gunning for him when he is released from his current home, a federal facility that houses government witnesses.
But he has a plan for dealing with that: 24/7 security.
And he has a plan for paying for that: Resume his music career.
According to TMZ, Tekashi still has some money left over from before he got locked up, despite his enormous legal fees and the security he's already paying for his family. So he'll have a head start on his finances when he gets out.
That may be as early as early next year. We'll get a better idea when Mack and Ellison get their verdicts, which should be in the next week. The more guilty they are, the better for 6ix9ine as his release is dependent on how helpful his testimony was.