Tekashi 6ix9ine’s ex-girlfriend claims rapper viciously beat her

(L-R): Sara Molina, 6ix9ine and their daughter Saraiyah. 6ix9ine/ Instagram

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Tekashi 6ix9ine’s ex-girlfriend Sara Molina recently detailed multiple instances of alleged physical abuse by the rapper in an interview.

Molina, who was in a seven-year relationship with 6ix9ine, told the Daily Beast that he had “beaten her often” during the relationship.

Molina alleges that during a trip to Dubai in October, 6ix9ine, whose birth name is Daniel Hernandez, “started beating me for two hours straight,” during a fight regarding her communication with his then-manager Kifano (Shotti) Jordan.

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She said that the assaults stemmed from 6ix9ine’s belief that she had slept with Jordan.

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“He punched me so hard in my right ear I thought I was deaf,” Molina said, who also shares a three-year-old daughter with the rapper, who pleaded guilty in his federal racketeering case last month.

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Molina said 6ix9ine punched her “out of nowhere,” causing a hair extension clip to enter her scalp. “There was blood on the hotel pillowcases,” Molina said.

She also claimed that the rapper kicked and choked her, put a pillow over her face to exploit her fear of suffocation and went on to claim that she also endured sexual abuse.

She said he admitted he’d had sex with “more than 70 other women in the past year, resulting in multiple pregnancies,” and “had acquired multiple STDs.”

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Molina said that after a period of sleep following the beating, “he woke up, forced me to have sex with him. I cried.”

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She also described an incident in April, in which she says 6ix9ine beat her in a car in front of her daughter.

She included graphic photos she took of herself following the alleged attack.

Molina said she had asked him about a stripper he had allegedly been hanging out with in August. The woman claimed she was pregnant with 6ix9ine’s child.

“He dragged me by my hair and slapped me in my face,” causing a black eye, she said.

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The last alleged incident took place in November following a music video shoot with Kanye West and Nicki Minaj which was cancelled following a drive-by shooting.

The interview mentions that Molina did not go to authorities in Dubai or New York.

6ix9ine has not been legally charged with domestic violence.

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Last month, 6ix9ine began co-operating with federal prosecutors after pleading guilty to nine crimes and saying he joined a violent New York City gang and helped others try to kill a rival gang member.

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6ix9ine publicly identified himself as a member of a street gang in his music but he’s now admitted it in a courtroom.

During the plea, 6ix9ine said he joined the Nine Trey Blood Gang in the fall of 2017, and helped gang members try to kill a rival last March.

“I did this to maintain or increase my own standing in Nine Trey,” he told Judge Paul A. Engelmayer. He said he also “knew that another member of Nine Trey had a gun and discharged that gun.”

The Stoopid rapper said he also helped other gang members rob people at gunpoint as part of a pledge by new gang members to commit at least two crimes.

With his deal with prosecutors, 6ix9ine can gain leniency at sentencing from an otherwise mandatory minimum of 47 years in prison if he admits to all crimes and testifies truthfully. Sentencing was set for Jan. 23, 2020.


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