6ix9ine Granted Permission to Record Music Video on His New York Backyard

Under home confinement upon his release from jail due to coronavirus concerns, the ‘Fefe’ rapper is allowed to ‘conduct employment-related activities outside of the residence.’

AceShowbiz -A judge has granted rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine permission to shoot music videos on his property.

The star put in a request to shoot promos in his New York backyard while under home confinement and now he has been given the green light to do so.

According to documents obtained by TMZ, Judge Engelmayer gave the rapper permission “to conduct employment-related activities outside of the residence but within the confines of the rented property.”

Tekashi is allowed to carry out two hours of employment related activities per week and can work on new music in his basement but it’s “limited to no more than an 8-hour period per day,” with his schedule subject to approval by his probation officer.

The “FEFE” star, real name Daniel Hernandez, was released from prison earlier this month and allowed to serve out the rest of his federal sentence at home due to coronavirus concerns as he is an asthma sufferer.

Tekashi, 23, was sentenced to 24 months behind bars for gang-related activity in December 2019.

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