6ix9ine’s Brooklyn Home Raided by FBI, Gun Discovered
6ix9ine makes the headlines once again. On Friday (Sept. 28), the FBI raided the rapper's Brooklyn home and discovered a gun during their search.
It is currently unclear what prompted the raid, which was assisted by the New York Police Department, but the "BeBe" rapper was not present during the search, according to TMZ. Authorities were not able to say who the gun belongs to.
Sources close to the rapper tell the site that 6ix is currently in the process of moving out of the BK brownstone and hasn't been there for weeks while he's been on the road touring. Movers and cleaners have been in and out of the property preparing for his relocation.
6ix has other legal issues on his hands, including possibly going back to jail for violating his probation in his 2015 sexual misconduct case by getting into an altercation in Houston and being arrested in New York earlier this year. The rapper recently wrote a letter to the judge who is deciding over his case and requested that he should receive four years of probation and be required to attend a youthful offenders program instead of being sent to jail. A Manhattan District Attorney suggested the New York rhymer serve between one to three years behind bars.
In music-related news, it was recently revealed Tekashi will be featured on Kanye West's new album Yandhi, after the two were spotted in the studio earlier this month.
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