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Tekashi 6ix9ine victim speaks out after sentencing: “I did not want him to be able to come home for Christmas”

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Release Tekashi 6ix9ine was convicted and sentenced to two years in prison for extortion on Wednesday, and is now one of his victims to speak out.

Speak to TMZ, Skyy Daniels, who was held at gunpoint by a 6ix9ine Nine-Trey Blood gang members, and spoke about the release of the sentencing, and said that she is happy to see the release of not to be home for the holidays.

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“The best thing about it is the sense of the two years is that I did not want him to be able to come home for the holidays with his family,” Daniels said. “Do you know where I was last year for x-mas with my family. I was in the hospital.”

It’s holding back the tears, Daniels became emotional as she will continue to think about her traumatic incident with the rainbow-haired rapper.

“I was away from my kids, I was away from my children and I had to get away from my parents. I was hiding out in a hospital, suffering from a mental breakdown,” she complained. “He did not deserve to be at home with his family. Justice has been served because he was not able to be at home with his family for the holidays, as I have not been able to be home with my family for the holidays.

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The Brooklyn-based rapper, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, pleaded not guilty to racketeering and firearms charges earlier this week.
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The victim’s impact statement obtained by TMZ, Daniel, was being held at gunpoint by a 6ix9ine the company of its subsidiaries, in a case of mistaken identity by 2018. The members of the Nine Trey Gangster Bloods, believed in Daniel and her assistant were on the staff of the Rap-A-Lot Records — though they’re not.

“In my nightmares, get out of Tekashi. My situation is that I have, it all comes back to that day, April 3rd, to the left of 50 Cent’s studio in Manhattan’s Times Square at the end of the day. With guns put to my stomach and in my head, you know, I can still hear it, I can still feel it,” she said.

“I need counseling, I just haven’t been able to afford it. I have been suffering financially, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. He deserves to pay [the victims]. He deserves to start over his life, just as we have been forced to make.”

Even though 6ix9ine was not directly involved in the assault, the victim impact statement claims that the rapper recorded the entire ordeal on his cell phone.

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Daniels will also have an impact on 6ix9ine to offer to compensate of one of the victim’s medical expenses, after a shoot-out in which, it says, “He needs to pay for her medical bills, and yes, he owes me everything, because he took everything away from me.”

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