6ix9ine Returns to Instagram After Prison Release, Trolls L.A. Mayor Offering Reward for Snitching

6ix9ine will serve the remaining four months of his sentence under home confinement.

6ix9ine appears at his arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court.

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6ix9ine appears at his arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court.

It didn't take long for 6ix9ine to settle back into his old ways. 

Just days after being released from prison early amid concerns over possibly developing serious complications if he were to contract COVID-19, 6ix9ine, or at least, his Instagram account, commented on a post by The Shade Room titled "Los Angeles’ Mayor Is Offering ‘Rewards’ For Snitching On Businesses Violating The City’s Stay-At-Home Order." 

"Coming to the rescue," 6ix9ine responded. 

Unless you've been living under a rock, then you know that 6ix9ine was able to get his jail sentence reduced to just two years after he detailed the inner workings of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, and specifically, the actions of two of its members, Anthony "Harv" Ellison and Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack, the defendants in the rainbow-haired rapper's racketeering trial. 6ix9ine was facing anywhere from 47 years to life behind bars if he chose to not cooperate with prosecutors, and was convicted on the numerous charges he faced. 

6ix9ine was sentenced to 24 months, but the judge took into account the 13 months he had already served while awaiting his sentencing. He was expected to be released in August.

When Complex asked if 6ix9ine had any social media restrictions, his attorney Dawn Florio said, "So far, I haven't seen any restrictions about him not being able to go on social media," adding that, "Obviously, it has to be in good taste. No more trolling." Maybe light-hearted trolling is acceptable. 

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