6ix9ine Arrested in the Dominican Republic for Alleged Assault on Producers
Earlier today, footage emerged of 6ix9ine and his entourage arriving at a recording studio in the Dominican Republic, sparking a flurry of online discussions. Reports suggest that they came with the intent to confront certain producers. Apparently, the vibrant-haired rapper was displeased that these producers had collaborated with his girlfriend, Yailin La Mas Viral. While some accounts imply that the men showed disrespect towards her, others posit that jealousy may have been a factor.
In two separate clips, captured by security cameras outside the studio, 6ix9ine and his associates can be seen entering, only to emerge in a hurry later. The exact events that unfolded during the interim remain unclear. However, recent reports indicate that it wasn't a positive exchange. Allegedly, 6ix9ine was taken into custody on charges of assaulting two individuals.
6ix9ine and His Crew Caught On Camera Allegedly Pulling Up On Some Producers Who Disrespected His Girlfriend 😳‼️ pic.twitter.com/0R8rCC2zNw— WhatsOnRap (@whatsonrap) October 14, 2023
DJ Akademiks, in a recent post, revealed that the rapper encountered difficulties when attempting to board a private jet, as authorities prohibited him from leaving the Dominican Republic. This led to his arrest on assault charges. A social media post by a criminal lawyer in the Dominican Republic, Felix Humberto Portes Nuñez, suggests that he will soon be transferred to La Vega.
These latest legal entanglements may not be the only ones 6ix9ine is facing. Earlier this month, SteveWillDoIt claimed that the rapper failed to fulfill a contract he had signed with the video platform Rumble. According to Steve, 6ix9ine had agreed to "play video games once a week for an hour" in exchange for $2 million. He further accused him of lavishing the $2 million on various women to "make his ex jealous," leaving Steve in a lurch. Steve also alleged that 6ix9ine stages his giveaways. As of now, 6ix9ine has not responded to these allegations.