When Is Tekashi 69, Getting Released From Jail?
Tekashi, 69, has given the entire testimony in the cases related to Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack. Now, there comes a seeming hope for him to get released this winter if the desire is to enter witness protection.
The rapper was “guilty” to the charges of litany bought against him, and the rest of the Nine Trey Blood was set in February. For the current moment, he must be awaiting the outcome of the sentencing. He would hope that his cooperation is enough to earn himself a 5K1 letter, which can secure his release after “time served.”
A 5K1 letter is an official document that US attorneys use to detail the entire witness’ cooperation. Basically, the judge handles the message to determine the leniency of sentencing. In regards to Takeshi’s case, that could mean dropping the original 47-year sentence mandated by his original charges to the duration of 5 years prescribed by his plea deal. Even as Tekashi can hope according to statements made during his testimony released in early 2019, under cross-examination, Tekashi did reveal his own that he believed to be released soon next year, as the updates confirm.
Tekashi said, “Without a 5K1 letter, the minimum I could serve would be 47 years,” but if “The Judge gets it, can go under the mandatory minimum. Like, time served.” When asked by the defense whether “time served” can signify an early 2020 release, Tekashi made a positive response.
If an early release is granted for him, he’d have definitely one benefactor in his return to making music. Popstar Charlie Puth tweeted that desire to produce a new record for the tattoo smudged rapper for free.
Jade, who happens to be Tekashi’s girlfriend, is an aspiring rapper and bartender. She received a lot of attention for suing Cardi B after the rapper actually threatened her and also ordered someone to attack her at the Angels Strip Club. Cardi B reportedly accused her of sleeping with her husband, Offset, updates confirmed.
Currently, it’s not known where is she now, as there’s no latest update.