Tekashi 6ix9ine's lawyers had been saying they will try to get their client home when he next appears in court on January 4, 2020.
They will argue that 6ix9ine provided the government with good information, and will use all of the guilty pleas that his co-defendants have copped as evidence of the quality of Tekashi's cooperation.
Now that the guilty pleas are coming so fast, 6ix9ine's legal team wants to accelerate the timeline of his release. So far Kifano "Shotti" Jordan, Jensel "Ish" Butler, Jamel "Mel Murda" Jones and Faheem "Crippy" Walter have joined 6ix9ine in admitting guilt and avoiding trial.
Roland “Ro Murda” Martin and Denard “Drama” Butler have yet to cop a plea, and TMZ reports that one of them has filed a motion to dismiss, meaning he may be willing to test his luck with a trial.
However, if all the Tre3way boys do end up quickly settling, 6ix9ine's lawyer Dawn Florio says they will try to have Tekashi home by the end of the summer.
Of course, a judge has to agree, and given 6ix9ine was facing 47 years it could be a tough sell.
If he is granted his release, 6ix9ine would have to decide if he wants to go into witness protection or show his face and resume his troll career.