It’s been a crazy couple of days for Tekashi 6ix9ine.
He was facing a 1-3 year sentence for violating the terms of his plea deal for use of a child in a sexual performance. But his lawyers won in court, and yesterday he was handed down a sentence four years probation without jail time. (The sentence also prohibits him from associating with gang members or felons.) Then, at the post-conviction party at Phillipe Chow's in Manhattan, a member of Tekashi’s entourage was shot.
Apparently, what happened is a retired cop who was working security for 6ix9ine's label 10k Projects turned away some of Tekashi's entourage at the door
Police say Zachary Bunce, 33, of Wyandanch, Long Island, and Faheem Walter, 29, of Brooklyn left briefly but then returned and started brawling, with Walter allegedly throwing a chair at a security guard.
The guard then pulled a licensed pistol and shot Walter twice in the stomach.
Walter was rushed to a nearby hospital and is expected to recover.
Bruce and Walter were hit with gang assault charges for their role in the brawl, suggesting they are part of the Treyway set Tekashi was just banned from associating with.
Something tells us 6ix9ine's probation is going to be tricky.