Tekashi 6ix9ine Requests Court's Permission To Shoot Music Videos In His Backyard


Tekashi 6ix9ine's attorney has written a letter to the court requesting permission for the rapper to shoot music videos in his backyard.

"I am writing today only to request the Court's approval to permit Mr. Hernandez to spend up to two hours in his backyard, once a week, for employment purposes only. He is looking to record music videos in his backyard," wrote attorney Lance Lazzaro.

Prior to his release from prison, 6ix9ine reportedly landed a record deal to the tune of $10 million. After he was released, it was reported that he is working on two albums -- one in English and one in Spanish. The deal was with his former label, 10K Projects.

In the past, Tekashi has relied on his over the top music videos and social media posts to promote his music. He has been quiet since his release as he is still on house arrest until August 2nd.