In the document written by Tekashi 69 that Page Six and TMZ have been able to procure, Daniel Hernandez, his real name, said : “I apologize to the victims who have been affected by my actions. I apologize to my fans who look at me and have been misled. I ask forgiveness of my family depends on me and the Court for this mess that I have caused”.
“I have no justification and no excuse good enough in this world to explain my crimes” was even added 6ix9ine, “During my incarceration, I’ve had time to reflect on the carelessness and the foolishness of my decisions. I wake up every morning wondering if it was worth it”.
“I was relieved when I was arrested”
Decided to get out from behind bars, the rap star said in his letter : “I know that my life will never be the same but I hope that this change will be for the better. Because beyond all of that, I always consider myself as an example for millions of people as an artist, as a celebrity and as a human being”.
He even went so far as to insured : “I was relieved when I was arrested by the government because I felt stuck”. “The gang in control of my life and I had the impression that I could not escape their grasp. I needed to do something before it is too late,” he explained before pleading with the judge to give him a chance : “I’m really sorry for the evil I have done. If they give me a 2nd chance, I’m not going to leave off the court and I will devote a part of my life to help others and not to repeat the same mistakes”.
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