After being let out of prison early in April 2020 because he was scared of getting COVID, the 26-year-old has jumped right back into his loud lifestyle

A wise man might have kept a low profile after testifying against violent gangsters to get a lighter prison deal. 

But mischievous, rainbow-haired rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine seems to have done the exact opposite. 

After being let out of prison early in April 2020 because he was scared of getting COVID, the 26-year-old has jumped right back into his public, peacocking lifestyle. 

His social media account is filled with bright photos where he poses with cash, strippers, Hermes Birkin bags and expensive cars. 

He poses on private jets and claims to give away hundreds of thousands of dollars to families in need. 

After being let out of prison early in April 2020 because he was scared of getting COVID, the 26-year-old has jumped right back into his loud lifestyle

After being let out of prison early in April 2020 because he was scared of getting COVID, the 26-year-old has jumped right back into his loud lifestyle

After being let out of prison early in April 2020 because he was scared of getting COVID, the 26-year-old has jumped right back into his loud lifestyle 

The 26-year-old outside his home in Florida, posing with a bundle of cash and multiple new cars

The 26-year-old outside his home in Florida, posing with a bundle of cash and multiple new cars

The 26-year-old outside his home in Florida, posing with a bundle of cash and multiple new cars

The lavish lifestyle is a direct contradiction to the poverty he cried last March, while trying to worm his way out of a lawsuit settlement. 

He’d been sued by the victims of a 2018 armed robbery, who say he was present when they were attacked. 

In an effort to get out of paying them compensation, he pleaded: ‘I do not know if I will ever command the kind of advances I was paid before my arrest, and my career stalled. I did receive large advances under the recording artist and merchandising agreements prior to my arrest. 

‘However, I do not receive any royalties under those agreements either since my royalty accounts remain unrecouped. 

‘It will surely bankrupt me in a way from which I will never recover to the permanent detriment and hardship of the family members who rely upon me.’

After his prison release, the musician bunkered down in a modest house in Lido Beach, Florida

After his prison release, the musician bunkered down in a modest house in Lido Beach, Florida

After his prison release, the musician bunkered down in a modest house in Lido Beach, Florida

Next, he moved to Water Mill, an exclusive town in the Hamptons. The property he is said to have holed up in cost $55,000-a-month to rent, and was sold in October 2021 for $5million. It's unclear whether he was involved in the sale

Next, he moved to Water Mill, an exclusive town in the Hamptons. The property he is said to have holed up in cost $55,000-a-month to rent, and was sold in October 2021 for $5million. It's unclear whether he was involved in the sale

Next, he moved to Water Mill, an exclusive town in the Hamptons. The property he is said to have holed up in cost $55,000-a-month to rent, and was sold in October 2021 for $5million. It’s unclear whether he was involved in the sale

In the last year, he seems to have bought his mother multiple cars, gifted dozens of Hermes Birkin bags for $20,000 each, and recorded new music with stars like Akon and Nicki Minaj (shown together)

In the last year, he seems to have bought his mother multiple cars, gifted dozens of Hermes Birkin bags for $20,000 each, and recorded new music with stars like Akon and Nicki Minaj (shown together)

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In the last year, he seems to have bought his mother multiple cars, gifted dozens of Hermes Birkin bags for $20,000 each, and recorded new music with stars like Akon and Nicki Minaj (shown together)

Tekashi regularly poses on private jets, carrying stacks of cash, despite telling a judge last March that he was 'struggling to make ends meet'

Tekashi regularly poses on private jets, carrying stacks of cash, despite telling a judge last March that he was 'struggling to make ends meet'

Tekashi regularly poses on private jets, carrying stacks of cash, despite telling a judge last March that he was ‘struggling to make ends meet’ 

If the image he is now presenting is anything to go by, bankruptcy isn’t on the cards. 

In the last year, he seems to have bought his mother multiple cars, gifted dozens of Hermes Birkin bags for $20,000 each, and recorded new music with stars like Akon and Nicki Minaj. 

He may no longer have a record deal – it expired last year – but the rumored $10million advance he was given for it is likely to have stretched some distance. 

After his prison release, the musician bunkered down in a modest house in Lido Beach, Florida. 

Tekashi flipped on his former gangmates within 24 hours of being arrested in 2018. He testified for the government at a trial that sent some to prison for over 20 years

Tekashi flipped on his former gangmates within 24 hours of being arrested in 2018. He testified for the government at a trial that sent some to prison for over 20 years

Tekashi flipped on his former gangmates within 24 hours of being arrested in 2018. He testified for the government at a trial that sent some to prison for over 20 years

No shortage of fans: The rapper claims to give away $20,000 Hermes Birkin bags to groups of female friends

No shortage of fans: The rapper claims to give away $20,000 Hermes Birkin bags to groups of female friends

No shortage of fans: The rapper claims to give away $20,000 Hermes Birkin bags to groups of female friends

No shortage of fans: The rapper claims to give away $20,000 Hermes Birkin bags to groups of female friends

No shortage of fans: The rapper claims to give away $20,000 Hermes Birkin bags to groups of female friends

He had to move out not long afterwards when his location was revealed publicly, putting him in the sights of the gang members he’d testified against in court. 

Next, he moved to Water Mill, an exclusive town in the Hamptons. 

The property he is said to have holed up in cost $55,000-a-month to rent, and was sold in October 2021 for $5million. It’s unclear whether he was involved in the sale. 

Now, the rapper is understood to live in Miami, but he goes to great lengths to conceal his exact location. 

There are no public records tied to his real name, Daniel Hernandez. 

Rachel Wattley, 25, who goes by Jade, was arrested Monday morning for hitting her boyfriend, rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine

Rachel Wattley, 25, who goes by Jade, was arrested Monday morning for hitting her boyfriend, rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine

Yikes: Wattley was attending a birthday party in Miami with her girlfriends when she got into an alleged domestic brawl with her boyfriend Tekashi 6ix9ine

Yikes: Wattley was attending a birthday party in Miami with her girlfriends when she got into an alleged domestic brawl with her boyfriend Tekashi 6ix9ine

Last year, the rapper’s girlfriend Rachel Wattley was arrested for punching him 

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