Tekashi69 to Move Out of New York With 'Fort Knox-Like Security' Upon Release From Jail
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The 'FEFE' rapper, who was ordered to serve two years behind bars for gang-related racketeering and firearms charges, is expected to be released in the summer of 2020.

AceShowbiz - Embattled rapper Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine is reportedly planning to leave New York once he's released from prison.

The "FEFE" star, real name Daniel Hernandez, has been held in an undisclosed private prison for safety reasons ever since he was ordered to serve two years behind bars for gang-related racketeering and firearms charges in December 2019.

However, he is expected to be released this summer - with sources close to the star telling TMZ he's plotting to leave his home neighborhood of Brooklyn as soon as he's out.

The decision is primarily based on his safety, but every move the star makes will have to be approved by the federal probation department. According to insiders, Tekashi will be putting security measures in place to keep people from knowing his location.

The star will also apparently employ a team of former law enforcement officers or ex-military who are licensed to carry firearms, in what has been described as "Fort Knox-like security."

He'll also factor his safety into plans to revive his career - and although he is reportedly committed to getting in the studio to complete the records in his music deal once he's released, he's not planning on any live performances.

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