Tekashi69 has begged the judge handling his child sex case for mercy in hopes of avoiding prison time.
According to TMZ, Tekashi 6ix9ine filed a letter with the judge in the case, explaining why he thinks he should get off with probation.
You’ll recall, Tekashi got himself into a load of legal trouble after getting caught on video simulating sex acts near a minor girl. The rapper pled guilty back in 2015 to one count of using a child in a sexual performance — a video shoot and struck a plea deal that kept him out of prison.
He was however required to keep his nose clean for 2 years but his recent arrests have prosecutors looking to nullify his deal and send the rainbow hair-colored artist to one to three years in prison.
Prosecutors have recommended Tekashi69 gets 1 to 3 years in prison because of 2 recent arrests — one in Houston and one in Brooklyn.
In docs, Tekashi says his arrests for assaulting an officer (Brooklyn), and attacking a fan in a mall (Houston) don’t constitute a violation of his plea deal.
The rapper’s lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, says both arrests happened this year, and the deadline on his plea deal was Oct. 2017.
Translation: It’s too late to nail me for that stuff. Plus, he points out, neither arrest has resulted in a conviction.
Tekashi is asking the judge to sentence to 4 years probation and a youthful offenders program.