Tekashi 6ix9ine was hanging out at an infamous Queens strip club - where a Knicks player was once robbed at gunpoint - before he got held up this weekend, according to police sources. The "Kooda" rapper finished shooting the video at around 4 AM when he drove home. The gunmen were able to take around $750k in jewelry and between $15k and $20k in cash from the house.
The rapper's baby mama and his daughter were inside the house but they were not hurt in the incident.
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The gunmen then drove away with Teksahi in the backseat.
Authorities said the gunmen returned to Hernandez's home and allegedly took about $750,000 worth of jewelry and between $15,000 and $20,000 in cash.
It wasn't long after Tekashi got out of the auto that an ambulance came and took him to the hospital where they performed various tests, including a CT scan. Two of the kidnappers looted his house, taking $750,000 in jewelry and up to $20,000 in cash, while the third guarded him in the vehicle, TMZ reported. He said he was sitting at a red light when a auto bumped the vehicle he was in from behind and two men with guns jumped out. When he arrived, another auto blocked his driveway.
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6ix9ine was still in the auto when the trio sped off, but he was able to climb out of the back door and hop into a stranger's vehicle at an intersection. A stranger called 911 and he was taken to the hospital.
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