6ix9ine has got a new place where he will serve the remainder of his house arrest. His attorney Lance Lazzaro confirms that his client has been relocated after his location was exposed by one of his neighbors.
Lance tells TMZ the “FEFE” hitmaker has been moved to a new house for security reasons. The federal government has been notified of his move, so he won’t be considered as violating the law.
Previously, 6ix9ine posted a photo of him posing on his balcony while flaunting a couple big stacks of cash. Rocking a bright blue hoodie with matching short pants, he also sported colorful sneakers and bandanna that match the color of his hair. “DESCRIBE ME IN ONE WORD,” he captioned the snap.
While 6ix9ine isn’t in the witness protection program, it could be dangerous for him if his location is exposed, after he snitched on Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. He’s currently in home confinement to serve the remainder of his prison sentence for his racketeering case, after he was released from jail in early April due to the coronavirus outbreak.
When he’s not busy taking pictures and trolling on Instagram, 6ix9ine has been working his way back to music, with the release of his first new song post-prison release, “Gooba”, and its accompanying music video. Additionally, he has been rumored to have been signing in to Jay-Z‘s management company Roc Nation.
The speculation arose after eagle-eyed fans noticed that there’s a person who’s wearing a Roc Nation hat in his recently-released music video. The hat features a Paper Place logo, which is often found on the company’s merchandise.
Suspiciously, Alex Spiro, a lawyer known for his work with Jay-Z, joined 6ix9ine’s defense team since last July. Meek Mill, who is one of the artists under Roc Nation, has recently also apologized to the 24-year-old star for previously “beefing” with him.