6ix9ine Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Charges, Trial Set For September 2019


Update: 6ix9ine's lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, offered Billboard with an replace on his shopper's bail standing. "I'm ready on the transcript from the courtroom look on Nov. 19 earlier than Magistrate Pittman, after which [we] will schedule a bail listening to," he stated e mail.

6ix9ine was again in courtroom Monday (Nov. 26) morning, the place he pled not responsible to his federal R.I.C.O. costs, based on TMZ and Pitchfork. Tekashi will stay behind bars for the foreseeable future, as his bail denial was not reportedly addressed throughout Monday's (Nov. 26) authorized session. 

6ix9ine's trial has been set for Sept. four, 2019. A spokesperson for the United States Department of Justice relayed to Pitchfork that there's additionally a pre-trial convention scheduled for Jan. 22 of subsequent 12 months. 

"We don't fold, we don't bend, we don't break. It's Tr3yway," the Brooklyn rapper's former supervisor and now co-defendant, Shotti, reportedly declared to the decide Monday (Nov. 26).

Following the "Gummo" artist's arrest by ATF brokers and Homeland Security on Nov. 18, 6ix9ine was allegedly transferred from Brooklyn's Metropolitan Detention Center to a brand new federal facility final week (Nov. 22) for security causes. 

He is being hit with six counts of ranging firearms, racketeering, assault with a harmful weapon, and conspiracy homicide costs. Tekashi faces a minimal of 32 years in jail if convicted.