Tekashi69 Amps Up Security for His Family After Cooperating With Feds

The 'Gummo' rapper worries about his family's safety after pleading guilty to nine criminal charges and snitching to the authorities in the process.

AceShowbiz - Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine is worrying about his family's safety after entering a guilty plea for nine criminal charges, including racketeering, conspiracy, firearms offenses and narcotics trafficking. The troubled rap star has reportedly spent thousands of dollars on personal security for his mother.

According to TMZ, the "Fefe" hitmaker did a lot of snitching while pleading guilty to the charges. He reportedly implied members of the Nine Trey Bloods in multiple crimes and named the hitman whom has been subsequently indicted for the attempted shooting of Chief Keef.

Tekashi is allegedly worried that anyone looking for revenge against might harm his mother. His lawyer Dawn Florio tells the site, "6ix9ine has the means to pay for his family's private security, so the government expects the money to come out of [his] pocket to protect his closest family members." She claims that the government would help provide security for his family if, at some point, Tekashi can't afford it.

Tekashi's baby mama Sara Molina also has 24/7 armed security protection for her and her three-year-old daughter, but she's paying for it. She recently expressed how upset she was for everything that her ex-boyfriend has done that might harm her and their daughter.

"He did what he did," she told TMZ, after Tekashi pled guilty to the charges. "He made his bed and now he has to lie in it. But he didn't think about how it was going to affect others. He's only thinking about himself in the situation. I'm left to pick up the pieces of whatever mess he's made, which is and has always been a thing ... my job is to protect my daughter at all costs and even if that means him."

Twitter users have changed the rapper's name into Snitch9ine after he's cooperating with the feds. His attorney Lance Lazzaro previously insisted that his client was not guilty and that he's not interested in "cooperating" with prosecutors, but he has apparently changed his mind.

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