The never ending trolling and outrageous 60-second Instagram videos, it’s no doubt Tekashi 6ix9ine’s absence from social media is more than obvious now.
Although The Dummy Boy rapper took a plea deal, his case is nowhere near over. According to HotNewHipHop, 6ix9ine “was in court yesterday to determine whether Lance Lazarro, who represented two of 6ix9ine’s co-defendants in the past, can continue to represent him in the case.”
Moe Gangat, a lawyer who represents Lawyers For Work, updated 6ix9ine’s fans about what went down in court. In an Instagram video, Gangat, who is frequently involved in 6ix9ine’s hearings stated:

“Today’s court hearing was about whether or not Lance Lazzaro could continue to be 6ix9ine’s lawyer,” he says in the video. “They had Tekashi come in and take the stand in this courthouse right here. And Tekashi looked good. He looked like he’s been working out. The hair dye has worn out so his hair color’s back and the braids aren’t quite as tight or as thorough as they once was, but he looked good. He was responsive.”

He continued saying he refrained from yelling out, “You know the vibes,” while court was in session. He also followed up with an update regarding 6ix9ine’s former manager Shotti stating, “He’s basically pleading guilty to playing a roll in a couple shootings. So, you know, orchestrating shootings is a serious federal charge.”

Further information on 6ix9ine’s case has yet to be released to the public.
Check out his recent update below.