6ix9ine won't be allowed to serve the rest of his prison sentence at home, a judge reportedly ruled on Tuesday.
6ix9ine is currently serving a 24-month prison sentence.
A new report from Complex states that 6ix9ine fears for his safety.
This means 6ix9ine can be called on to provide information for future investigations.
Tekashi 6ix9ine has sentenced to 24 months behind bars after pleading guilty to racketeering and firearms charges earlier this year.
Complex and Spotify's Infamous: The Tekashi 6ix9ine Story to launch on January 28,
6ix9ine “provided the Government with critical insight.”
Anthony “Harv” Ellison, the man convicted of kidnapping 6ix9ine, claims that the beef between the rapper and Trippie Redd was staged for publicity.
Aaron "Bat" Young, a former associate of rapper 6ix9ine, pleaded guilty to racketeering charges in April.
Tekashi 6ix9ine will not face an assault charge in Houston.
Showtime will air a three-part documentary series based on 6ix9ine.
6ix9ine was up for discussion during Jamel "Mel Murda" Jones's sentencing in New York.
Roland "Ro Murda" Martin, a former associate of 6ix9ine, will serve 66 months in prison.
6ix9ine will make his return to music with a $10 million, two-album record deal, TMZ reports.