6ix9ine Label Exec Begged Rapper to Move to California by Drake & Kanye: ‘I Don’t Think He Can Be Safe in NYC’


6ix9ine is at present behind bars in federal jail awaiting a court docket listening to subsequent week previous to his trial beginning up in September. Rolling Stone printed a characteristic Wednesday (Jan. 16) profiling the rise and fall of "hip-hop's supervillain." RS spoke with quite a few enterprise companions and collaborators of the Brooklyn rapper to contribute to the story, and 10Ok Projects CEO Elliot Grainge insisted that he tried to persuade Tekashi to maneuver out of NYC.

The label head's efforts to have his artist flee to California and dwell in a non-public upscale neighborhood like Calabasas have been unsuccessful, as Hernandez turned down Grainge's repeated requests to affix Kanye West and Drake on the West Coast. "I don’t assume he could be protected in New York City,” Grainge advised the publication following 6ix9ine's alleged kidnapping incident. "Not in Bushwick."

The 24-year-old son of Universal Music CEO Lucian Grainge went on to check his consumer to the U.S. president. "He is the Donald Trump of the music trade," he claimed. "We take a look at the information — 80 % of the feedback are hate. But if we confirmed you the analytics on who writes the hate feedback, they’re those who go to the exhibits and purchase the T-shirts!"

6ix9ine was arrested on numerous racketeering and firearm prices in November. He faces a minimal of 32 years if convicted. Read the in-depth characteristic in full over at Rolling Stone.