Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine was hospitalized Tuesday after being attacked in a fitness steam room in Los Angeles, South Florida, according to a video posted on social media.CBS Miami said Tuesday night it was unable to contact Lazarus and it was unclear where in South Florida the attack took place.Videos posted on multiple social media sites on his site show Hernandez on the gym bathroom floor with at least two of his men kicking him and grabbing him by the hair. was6ix9ine was a social he media phenomenon amassing millions of followers on Instagram before becoming a rising star in the hip-hop world.The multi-platinum single “Fefe” with Nicki Minaj reached #3 on the pop charts, and she also released “Stoopid,” a collaboration with incarcerated rapper Bobby Shmurda. Lazzaro told TMZ that the physically insecure 6ix9ine attempted to counterattack during the attack but were overwhelmed and outnumbered.The rapper was released early from federal prison after working with law enforcement to prosecute other gang members, CBS Miami said.However, it is unknown whether the person involved in the brawl wrote the lyrics.
However, it is unknown whether the person involved in the brawl wrote the lyrics.Police said he arrested 6ix9ine in November 2018 and he spent 13 months in prison before being convicted in December 2019. He was initially facing a 47-year life sentence for crimes involving the Nine Bloods gang.6ix9ine has pleaded guilty to racketeering, weapons crime, conspiracy and drug trafficking. However, Tekashi, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, also became a cooperating witness for prosecutors targeting two of his former gang members. In return, he was sentenced to 24 months in prison. In April 2020, he was released early and placed under house arrest due to his Covid-19 pandemic. By August, authorities had removed Tekashi’s ankle monitors and lifted his house arrest restrictions. He has been under his supervision for 5 years and has done 300 hours of community service.TMZ reported that police and paramedics arrived at his LA Fitness after the beating. Another video shows 6ix9ine emerging from a bathroom with blood on his face and surrounding guests accusing him of jumping on him, though the person who took the video denies involvement and calls himself a “fan.” ” he expressed.