6ix9ine Net Worth 2022: Early Life, Career, Legal Issues, Personal Life, And More Details!

6IX9INE Net Worth
6IX9INE Net Worth

The estimated value of 6IX9INE’s net worth as of August 2022 is $500,000.
American rapper Daniel Hernandez, also known by the stage names “6IX9INE” or “TEKASHI 69,” hails from New York City.

Hernandez is renowned for his contentious actions and use of forceful screaming in his music.
In 2017, 6IX9INE’s debut hit, “Gummo,” which peaked at number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100, helped launch his career.

6IX9INE Net Worth 2022

Net Worth: $500 Thousand
Age: 26
Born: May 8, 1996
Country of Origin: United States of America
Source of Wealth: Professional Rapper
Last Updated: 2022

6IX9INE Early Life

On the eighth of May in the year 1996, Daniel Hernandez was born in the city of New York.

Hernandez was born in the neighborhood of Bushwick, in the city of Brooklyn, to a Puerto Rican father and a Mexican mother. His own parents took care of him until he turned 13 years old, and he and his brother spent their childhoods together.

Hernandez was kicked out of school in the eighth grade and did not go back after being expelled. After the tragic death of his father in 2009, he turned to deal narcotics in order to support his mother.

6IX9INE Career

In 2014, 6IX9INE started his career by releasing rap tracks. He released many tunes over the next 3 years, and his aggressive rapping style garnered him a lot of attention. FCK THEM, a music label located in Slovakia, released several of his early songs.

He gained notoriety on social media after an Instagram post from July 2017 went viral on Reddit and Twitter, turning 6IX9INE into an online meme due to his quirky appearance.

In 2017, he released his first album single, ‘Gummo,’ which reached number 12 on the Hot 100 in the United States.

6IX9INE announced the release of his debut mixtape, ‘Day69,’ in 2018. With 55,000 album-equivalent units sold, including 20,000 pure sales, the album went to number four on the Billboard charts album list.

Two tracks on the album, ‘Billy’ and ‘Rondo,’ both debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 after the album’s release, with ‘Billy’ reaching No. 50.

He released the track ‘Gotti’ in April 2018, which is a reworking of a prior feature he made for Packman titled “Got it, Got it.” The song was included as a bonus track on ‘Day69,’ and it debuted at number 99 on the Hot 100 chart before dropping the following week.

‘Fefe,’ featuring Nicki Minaj and Murda Beatz, reached number five on the Billboard Hot 100 in July 2018. The song was a worldwide smash hit, debuting at number four on the Billboard Hot 100.

He’s also just teamed with 50 Cent on the song “KINGS.” 6IX9INE was arrested at the end of 2018 on charges of racketeering, weapon trafficking, and murder conspiracy. This was part of a larger investigation into the street gang Nine Trey Gangsters.

In early 2019, 6IX9INE accepted a plea deal that included testifying against or snitching on,’ his co-defendants. His sentence was lowered from up to 47 years in prison to just two years, and he was released after half that time.

Since his release, 6IX9INE has re-entered the music scene, breaking YouTube records and charting at #1 on Billboard with the tune “TROLLZ,” which features Nicki Minaj.

6IX9INE Legal issues

Tekashi69 has been jailed several times in the past. In 2015, he admitted guilt to a felony charge of s*xually exploiting a kid. He was sentenced to three years of supervision and did not have to register as an s*x offender if he did not post s*xually explicit photographs online and completed his GED. He eventually failed his GED exam. He was charged in July 2018 on an arrest warrant connected to an incident in which he allegedly choked someone at a Houston mall.

He was detained in 2018 on charges of guns, drugs, and racketeering. He admitted guilt against a group of Nine Trey Bloods gang members to avoid a possible 47-year prison sentence. In September 2019, he appeared over several days. He stated that the Nine Trey Bloods Gang permitted him to act as if he was a member as long as he provided financial support. He also claimed that he began receiving an average of $60,000 per month from YouTube royalties and live performance fees after the debut of the song “Gummo.”

As part of an agreement with government prosecutors, he filed a guilty plea in December 2019. Because of his cooperation, the judge only sentenced Tekashi to 13 months in prison. The defendants against whom he testified face life in prison.

Due to the COVID-19 virus, which was spreading quickly across the jail system, he requested an early release on March 22, 2020. He was released on April 2 when the administration made no objections. He was supposed to be released in August of 2020.

6IX9INE Personal Life

Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York City, USA, is where he was born and reared. He was a member of Mr. Daniel Hernandez’s and Mr. Natividad Perez-family, Hernandez’s who were both from Atlixco, Mexico. Mr. Daniel Hernandez was from Ro Piedras, Puerto Rico. Her mother worked as a housekeeper and a factory worker when they immigrated to the United States in 1988 in search of brighter pastures. His girlfriend is “Rachel Wattley,” a former bartender and Instagram model known as “Jade.”

His first daughter, “Saraiya Hernandez,” is from Sara Molina, and his second daughter, “Briella Iris Hernandez,” was born in 2018 with his then-girlfriend Marlayna M. He is currently dating “Rachel Wattle,” also known as “Jade,” a well-known Instagram model and ex-bartender.
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