6ix9ine’s release from his house arrest is here and there is still a hefty task that he needs to complete that he apparently hasn’t even started.
According to his attorney Lance Lazzaro, the controversial rapper still has to complete 300 hours of community service. During his home confinement, 6ix9ine has stayed out of public view and under the watchful eye of the feds but that all ended.
6ix9ine was assigned 300 hours of court-ordered community service in December of 2019 during his sentencing. In addition to it, he was handed down a 24-month prison sentence, five years of supervised release and a fine of $35,000.
Lazzaro told TMZ that his client can transition to the next phase of his sentence now, which is the community service.
According to the outlet, Lazzaro and the rest of 6ix9ine’s team are making arrangements to keep their client safe. They plan to ask the rapper’s probation officer to let him do his time at a highly secured facility like a Veterans Affairs hospital or even a learning institution of some kind.