Looks like the Brooklyn native is in more hot water.
"This type of sh*t this n***a doing, I'm convinced he wanna die," Joe said of 6ix9ine.
"The use of rap and hip-hop lyrics in particular is emblematic of the systemic racism that permeates our criminal justice system," said Sen. Bailey.
After his release from prison, the Brooklyn native jokes about the street code.
The rapper might be released on the grounds of a "compassionate release."
The fast-fashion brand says the rapper failed to return his advance payment after his arrest.
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A judge also tacked on five years of supervised release.