Controversial rapper 6ix9ine's legal troubles are far from over. A report obtained by Pitchfork details that the Manhattan District Attorney's office has recommended a 1-3 year prison sentence for the rapper, alias Daniel Hernandez, in addition to registration as a sex offender.
This sentencing recommendation stems from Hernandez' 2015 case where he pleaded guilty to the use of a child in a sexual performance for one of his music videos. The plea agreement for that case included a provision that he would not commit another crime for a period of two years. This year alone, Hernandez was arrested for attacking a minor, assaulting a police officer, and driving with a suspended license.
As of press time, 6ix9ine has yet to make an official statement regarding this information.
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