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Tekashi 6ix9ine Arrested in the Dominican Republic: Jealousy-Fueled Assault on Producers Sparks Chaotic Scene

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Tekashi 6ix9ine, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, was arrested in the Dominican Republic following allegations of assaulting two music producers. The incident reportedly occurred at a music studio in La Vega, where 6ix9ine, accompanied by four others, confronted the producers over his girlfriend, Yailin La Más Viral. Yailin had been recording a song at the studio before leaving. The rapper allegedly became jealous, leading to a physical altercation with the producers, identified as Cristian Anthony Rojas and Nelson Alfonso Hilario García.

Yailin La Mas Viral Tekashi Sixnine Jail

Yailin La Mas Viral Tekashi Sixnine Jail

After the incident, Tekashi attempted to leave the country on a private jet, but the charter company, following protocol, checked for outstanding warrants, preventing his departure. He was subsequently arrested at Hotel Balcones in the city of Sanchez. The arrest was chaotic, with fans gathering outside the jail to catch a glimpse of the rapper.

Security footage showed five individuals, including one believed to be Tekashi, entering and leaving the studio. The victims claimed they were attacked with one requiring surgery for a jaw injury sustained during the assault. Diamond La Mafia, one of the producers, accused Tekashi of being jealous of his relationship with Yailin.

CCTV video footage of Tekashi 6ix9ine's attack on music producer

CCTV video footage of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s attack on music producer

Tekashi Sixnine has a history of legal troubles, including a 2015 arrest related to a video featuring a 13-year-old girl, for which he pleaded guilty. In 2018, he faced federal charges, including conspiracy to commit murder and armed robbery, associated with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang. He cooperated with authorities, leading to a reduced sentence of two years in prison, with an early release in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, he has resumed his music career and maintained a public presence.

In this recent incident, Tekashi faces assault charges in the Dominican Republic and is expected to be transferred to La Vega for further legal proceedings.

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