Less than a week released from prison, Tekashi first Instagram comment has gone viral, as he took a shot at himself for “snitching”.
The Shade Room Instagram account posted Sunday afternoon (April 5) how Los Angeles’ Mayor is offering rewards for snitching on business violating the City’s Stay-At-Home order.
This would prompt Tekashi 6ix9ine to break his silence and make his very first comment on social media since his release. Using his official Instagram account, Tekashi 6ix9ine commented by saying, “Coming to the rescue”.
Complex recently spoke with Tekashi’s attorney Dawn Florio where she was asked about Tekashi’s social media usage. If any restrictions existed since his early release.
“So far, I haven’t seen any restrictions about him not being able to go on social media,” she said. But there is a condition. Obviously, it has to be in good taste. No more trolling.”
Judge Paul Engelmeyer on Thursday (April 2) had full authority to release Tekashi out of jail.
Tekashi will serve the remainder of his two year sentence at home. For the first four months, Tekashi will be wearing a GPS monitor. In the event that the GPS goes down or malfunctions, Tekashi will have to immediately video call with his probation officer daily until the GPS monitor is up and running again.
Part of the agreement for 6ix9ine’s early release, he can not leave his home unless it s for necessary medical treatment or to visit his legal counsel. All which has to be approved by the probation department.