Tekashi 6ix9ine has been released from prison early amid concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
A judge granted his motion for compassionate release on Thursday. TMZ reports that 6ix9ine will serve the remainder of his two year sentence at home.
He is under supervision and for the first four months of his home incarceration, he has to wear a GPS monitor. He cannot leave his residence. He can only leave if he needs to seek medical treatment or talk with his attorney and he has to get approval from his parole officer first.
The New York Daily News reached out to the Queens Detention Facility and employee told them that 6ix9ine has already been released earlier today.