Rapper Tekashi69 says men forced him from auto in Brooklyn, robbed him



He "became uncooperative" after filing the report, police reps said, and was then admitted into the hospital.

Despite only being 22, Tekashi 6ix9ine is renowned as a controversial rapper and is the self-proclaimed King of NY, as reported in Metro.

Tekashi, real name Daniel Hernandez, spent a day in jail before the judge had a change of heart and released him. The Gummo rapper claimed that two men rammed the bumper of his vehicle at a traffic stop and had robbed the passengers.

The Brooklyn-born rapper known as Tekashi69 says he was forced from a auto at a Bedford-Stuyvesant intersection and robbed early Sunday.

However, hours earlier, sources close to the star told TMZ that he had been robbed after reaching home and found a auto blocking his driveway.

Allegedly, the kidnappers threatened to kill him if he didn't give up jewelry and cash. Two men went inside and the third guarded him inside of the vehicle.

Three hooded gunmen allegedly got out of the other auto, grabbed Tekashi, and pistol whipped him, leaving him unconscious.

The goons drove off with 6ix 9ine in the backseat, and, according to TMZ, the rapper was able to open the back door and jump out of the auto. The men drove around Brooklyn with 6ix9ine in the backseat unconscious. The gunmen were able to take around $750k in jewelry and between $15k and $20k in cash from the house. Before he quit talking and refused to cooperate with investigators, Tekashi reportedly told authorities that he was the victim of a "ram and grab".

The rapper released a new single with Nicki Minaj on Sunday called "Fefe". Tekashi doesn't indicate to the police how he escaped or how he got to the hospital. The rapper also has a history with the law and was arrested this month on a warrant after he allegedly strangled a 16-year-old in a Houston mall.

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