Here's What Prison Was Really Like for Tekashi 6ix9ine

 

Here's What Prison Was Really Like for Tekashi 6ix9ine

2020/06/30

Though Tekashi 6ix9ine was moved to a different facility for his own safety, the rapper still had to worry about his mama, who was supposedly threatened by a man claiming to be El Chapo's nephew. Fair warning: the story is just about as convoluted and weird as most of the controversy surrounding the rainbow-haired superstar.



According to a December 2018 Daily Beast report, Arizona music promoter Jose Avila is claiming to be 6ix9ine's "new manager and agent," but only after threatening him with just about every possible warning under the sun. Things got heated when 6ix9ine failed to show up to an Austin, Texas gig Avila was promoting. Of course, Avila did what all good concert promoters do when an artist is a no-show: He left the rapper's security detail a 49-second voicemail threatening to have his mother deported and Tekashi thrown in jail. Avila then pivoted the threats to Tekashi's booking agent, Tasea Ferguson, and claimed to be famed drug lord El Chapo's nephew (for the record: El Chapo's defense lawyer and law enforcement weren't aware of a nephew by that name). Despite the outright threats, Avila has also supposedly claimed that he's a member of Tekashi's team, though a source told the Daily Beast "there's nothing to manage" since Tekashi was in jail at the time.
















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