6ix9ine Arrested in the Dominican Republic After Allegedly Assaulting Two Producers
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In a video surfacing online on Friday, October 13, the 27-year-old controversial emcee and his crew allegedly ran to a producer's home in the country before they left the scene shortly after.

AceShowbiz - 6ix9ine's trouble with the law doesn't end just yet. According to new reports, the "GOOBA" rapper was arrested in the Dominican Republic after he allegedly assaulted two producers.

In a video surfacing online on Friday, October 13, the 27-year-old controversial emcee and his crew allegedly ran to a producer's home in the country. A few minutes later, the group could be seen leaving the scene.

Although the reported beatdown was not caught on camera, 6ix9ine was later apprehended by authorities after they received reports about the MC assaulting two men. The attack itself reportedly stemmed from an ill-received incident involving his girlfriend.

Felix Humberto Portes Nunez, a criminal lawyer in the Dominican Republic, revealed in an Instagram post that 6ix9ine was trying to board a private jet to flee the country. However, authorities managed to stop the plane and issued a warrant against the hip-hop artist for "blows and injuries, and threats."

However, Felix later updated his post to say that 6ix9ine ended up on "MIGRATION ALERT" and that his whereabouts were "unknown." It remains to be seen at this time where the rapper is and whether he was actually arrested.

The news arrived more than two months after 6ix9ine got arrested for failing to appear in court. He was taken into Palm Beach County Jail on August 8 but released from custody three hours later on a $2,000 bond, according to TMZ.

The arrest stemmed from 6ix9ine receiving three traffic tickets in June. He was pulled over by police for driving over the speed limit, with court documents stating he was given a ticket for speeding after going 135mph in a 65mph zone on the Florida Turnpike, and was also issued citations for having no car insurance and an unregistered vehicle.

The rapper, who was released early from federal prison in 2020 after admitting participation in gang activity and becoming a witness for the prosecution, failed to appear for a court hearing on the matter in July. It prompted a judge to issue a warrant for his arrest.

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