6ix9ine is expected to re-sentenced for his child sex crime charge.
The rapper was sentenced to 1,000 hours of community service and four years' probation after posting a video of a 13-year-old girl engaged in sex acts. Page Six reports that 6ix9ine's legal team met with prosecutors and Justice Felicia Mennin in a closed-door meeting Friday (Nov. 30), when the decision was reportedly made. His sentence is expected to be changed to time served while he awaits his upcoming trial over his alleged involvement in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang.
The 22-year-old born Daniel Hernandez was picked up by federal agents back in November on racketeering and gun charges. He has since pleaded not guilty. In spite of being in jail, 69 has kept his name in the headlines. He released a star-studded album while behind bars, something that led Tory Lanez to compare the brash NYC barker to Tupac.
"It's really sad to see somebody at that platform...it kinda reminds me of, like, Bobby Shmurda. But Bobby Shmurda didn't even get to go as far. For somebody to go that far, you got Kanye, Nicki Minaj, your album's dropping," Lanez said in an interview with Tim Westwood. "It's like, the only n***a who had shit like that popping was 2Pac. When 2Pac was in jail he dropped the biggest album. Not to say it was the biggest album of all fucking time, but it was a pretty big moment. It's sad he's gotta be locked up during it, is all I'm saying."
The DUMMY BOY rapper faces life in prison should he be found guilty. His trial is scheduled to begin Sept. 4, 2019.