Rapper 6ix9ine is opening up about his past criminal history as he prepres to testify in court in a racketeering case.
While 6ix9ine has been in police custody since November, he has agreed to share a number of things in a cooperation agreement with the government. If 6ix9ine admitted to the list of crimes which has not been made public, he will not get prosecuted for them.
In a final pre-trial hearing on Tuesday at Thurgood Marshall Courthouse in Manhattan, the rapper shared that he had been involved in years of domestic violence. According to Judge Paul Engelmayer, 6ix9ine
“admits domestic violence from 2011 to November, 2018.”
With this being brought to the light, according to the judges earlier ruling, no talk of domestic violence against 6ix9ine can be brought up when he testifies.
In the past, Sara Molina, 6ix9ine’s ex-girlfriend and mother to his daughter, shared a testimony that the rapper had indeed beat her over the course of 7-years which aligns with 6ix9ine’s confession. She even detailed time in Dubi when she says the rapper his her so hard “I could barely open my eyes.”
As of now, there has been no other names or details releases in regards to the cooperation agreement, but as more details emerge, we will keep you updated!
This all comes just days before 6ix9ine prepares to testify in a trial of two alleged members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang.