Tekashi 6ix9ine’s ex-girlfriend says gym beating was embarrassing for their daughter
Tekashi 6ix9ine’s ex-girlfriend has spoken out about him getting beaten up at an LA Fitness gym in Palm Beach County on March 21.
The 26-year-old rapper was beaten ‘to a pulp’ and humiliated in front of other gymgoers five years after breaking rank to testify against gangmates and Cardi B.
Sara Molina, his former flame and mom to his seven-year-old daughter, spoke to TMZ about the embarrassment that not only he should feel but how it affects their child too.
Through her representative, she explained that Tekashi’s very public altercations have been sad to see.
She also added that their seven-year-old daughter Saraiyah will eventually see the way he’s acted when she grows up.
Speaking out: Tekashi 6ix9ine’s ex-girlfriend has spoken out about him getting beaten up at an LA Fitness gym
Messed up: The 26-year-old was beaten ‘to a pulp’ and humiliated in front of other gymgoers
Despite the fight being unprovoked by Tekashi, Sara believed he was reckless by not having security, especially given his history of public altercations.
Sara also pointed out that he was recently kicked out of the World Baseball Classic because he was heavily intoxicated.
She said she was surprised 69 has been walking around like he can’t be touched, and the beatdown proved he’s misguided.
Her rep shared that Sara has been concerned with her daughter’s safety ever since Tekashi started beefing with other rappers years ago.
Sara claimed Tekashi hasn’t reached out about Saraiyah since late last year… but that she’s doing fine.
The concerned mother explained that she hopes Tekashi will get the help she thinks he needs.
The fight between Tekashi 6ix9ine and his attackers was picked up on security footage from the LA Fitness gym.
Tekashi was jumped as he tried to leave the fitness club by a group of men who later boasted about the attack on social media.
Attacked: The beating supposedly happened because Tekashi broke rank five years ago to testify against gangmates and Cardi B
Unprompted: Sara Molina, his former flame and mom to his seven-year-old daughter, spoke to TMZ about the embarrassment that not only he should feel but how it affects their child too
Gloating: The fight between Tekashi 6ix9ine and his attackers were picked up on security footage
His daughter: Sara explained their seven-year-old daughter, Saraiyah, will eventually see the way he’s acted when she grows up.
In the videos circulating online, they called him a ‘rat’ who wouldn’t be tolerated in their ‘hood.’
While kicking and punching him, one could be heard yelling to another: ‘Take a picture, take a picture—I am going to be famous now.’
It’s unclear what prompted the attack, but Tekashi is not short of enemies; in 2018, he was labeled a ‘snitch’ after testifying for prosecutors against the likes of the Bloods gang and Cardi B.
He’d cut a deal to lessen his own sentence after being charged with an array of crimes and spent just two years behind bars.
Tekashi had faced a 47-year minimum sentence and a maximum of life in prison when he was arrested back in 2018 on charges including racketeering, firearm possession, armed robbery, and attempted murder.
Blac Chyna also shared her thoughts on the fight with Dailymail.
The former flame Rob Kardashian, 34, said the rapper should “apologise” for his past behavior.
She mentioned that it “doesn’t come as a surprise” that the rapper, whose legal name is Daniel Hernandez, was attacked.
Her thoughts: Blac Chyna also shared her thoughts on the fight
Talking: She shared that the rapper should ‘apologise’ for his past behavior
What happened: In 2018, Tekashi was labeled a ‘snitch’ after testifying for prosecutors against the likes of the Bloods gang and Cardi B.
In court: He’d cut a deal to lessen his own sentence after being charged with an array of crimes and spent just two years behind bars; seen in Manhattan Supreme Court in 2015
Reflecting: The rapper has two daughters, one of whom he shares with Sara
Charges: Tekashi had faced a 47-year minimum sentence and a maximum of life in prison when he was arrested back in 2018; seen in 2018
‘It made me really sad because Danny is really a nice guy. He’s a really genuinely nice guy. I just feel like social media changes people. In-person, he is the sweetest person.
‘So I just blame the internet and people bullying him because, at the end of the day, that’s still bullying, and I don’t condone violence like that at all.’
The model continued: ‘It doesn’t come as a surprise. But I just don’t wish that on anybody, not even him.
‘If anything, I feel like T69 needs to come over here when he’s ready and feels it in his heart to sincerely go and apologize to the people that he hurt,’ the mother-of-two said. ‘It doesn’t matter. You have to forgive and forget, you know.