If convicted, 6ix9ine risks at least 32 years of imprisonment. The minimum penalty for racketeering charges is seven years, and that for alleged gang activity is 25 years. A federal judge has already rejected the bail application of his lawyer, and the future looks very dark for the rapper.
But that's not all: this arrest implies that he broke the conditions of his probation. In 2015, he was found guilty in a case of sexual assault on a minor. Which could add four years in prison, by the way.
Seeing the turn that took the events, 6ix9ine has yet tried everything. Before his arrest on Sunday, he fired his entire team, including his manager, claiming on Instagram that he had stolen money from him. A reversal of the jacket more dangerous than anything else, since now 6ix9ine is the target of his former partners, who would have planned to "kill" and / or "rape" in retaliation. Disastrous timing, since his new album Dummy Boy is due out this Friday, November 23.