Tekashi 6ix9ine has actually broken his wrist after tipping over his dog.
The 23-year-old rap artist – whose real name is Daniel Hernandez – was left in pain when he went downstairs at around 3am on Tuesday (11.08.20) to get a treat when he tripped over French bulldog Poppy and hurt himself when he attempted to break his fall.
Tekashi informed TMZ his hand got captured in the staircase bannister, triggering him to break a bone in the back of his wrist, though he didn’t realize the degree of his injury up until much later on when he awakened later on that day and looked for treatment since he still felt pain.
After visiting a medical professional, x-rays revealed the damage and the rap artist will now heal in the next 3 to five weeks in a cast.
Tekashi has actually just been back in his house considering since April, when he was released from jail and approved to spend the rest of his sentence – which was due to end early on 31 July – under house arrest due to pandemic concerns.
The ‘Stoopid’ singer was imprisoned for two years in December on charges relating to attempted murder, conspiracy to disperse heroin, and firearms-offences, however was allowed out of prison due to the fact that he is asthmatic and was for that reason considered” high risk” of establishing issues and potentially dying if infected with the infection.
The judge had originally rejected a request for Tekashi to be placed in house confinement after he claimed it was up to the Federal Bureau of Prisons to handle changes to a prisoners imprisonment.
But after Tekashi’s legal representative Lance Lazzaro wrote another letter to Engelmayer stating he has purview over his caring release request, the judge accepted approve the request, and purchased district attorneys to state if they opposed the move.
US Attorney Geoffrey Berman wrote in response: ”In the event the Court finds ‘extraordinary and compelling reasons’ presented by the defendant’s medical condition, placing him at high risk during the outbreak, the Government does not oppose the defendant’s motion for compassionate release.”