The incarcerated rapper, who is charged over his link to violent gang, has scored big as he landed a multimillion dollar record deal to release his music after he’s freed from jail.
Rapper Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine has scored a massive new record deal from jail.
Sources close to the incarcerated star tell TMZ bosses at his former label have offered him a $10 million deal to release his post-prison material exclusively with them.
Reports suggest the deal will span two albums – one in English and one in Spanish.
Tekashi will learn when he’s set for release at a hearing on December 18.
He was arrested and jailed last year for his links to the violent Nine Trey Blood gang, but agreed to testify against his fellow members, leading to a string of recent arrests for kidnapping and racketeering, in return for a drastic reduction in the initial 47-year minimum sentence he was facing.
Experts predict the “Fefe” hitmaker will walk away from jail at some point in 2020.