Tekashi 6ix9ine’s fall from rap relevance to exiled outcast has been spectacular and career-killing. That magic carpet ride as a rising rap renegade with street cred has crashed and is still burning today after federal agents stormed his home in November on a laundry list of felonies.
Speaking of burning, 69’s former girlfriend and mother of his child, Sara Molina, said Tekashi not only beat her viciously and frequently, but he also has STD’s and has gotten multiple women pregnant.
Sara Molina, the mother of Tekashi69’s 3-year-old daughter Saraiyah, says one time he beat her so badly, she couldn’t even open her eyes. Another time, he punched her ear with such force that she thought she going deaf. While Tekashi languishes in federal prison for other charges, he has never been charged for domestic violence.
Molina, 23, opened up to Daily Beast about the many instances of physical and emotional abuse she allegedly endured at the hands of Tekashi, with some of the attacks having to be stopped by his own manager.
She said speaking up now is cathartic and is part of her aim to reclaim her own life.
Molina said the final straw on their seven-year relationship ironically happened just weeks before his arrest in November 2018. She had accused Tekashi of cheating on her with one of the female bartenders (an Instagram model named Jade) involved in the Cardi B lawsuit and he then put hands on her for the last time before she bailed.
Tekashi also allegedly did the following to Molina, according to the Daily Beast:
- During a trip to Dubai, 22-year-old Tekashi, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, “started beating me for two hours straight,” because he thought she slept with his then-manager Kifano (Shotti) Jordan. “He punched me so hard in my right ear I thought I was deaf,” she said.
- One time she said that the rapper kicked and choked her and put a pillow over her face knowing that she had a great fear of suffocation.
- Another time, Molina said 6ix9ine punched her “out of nowhere,” forcing a hair extension clip to enter her scalp. “There was blood on the hotel pillowcases,” Molina said. “I was leaking blood.” Molina said that after a period of sleep, “he woke up, forced me to have sex with him. I cried.”
- Molina said Tekashi didn’t deny that he slept with “more than 70 other women in the past year, resulting in multiple pregnancies,” and “had acquired multiple STDs.” Molina did not indicate if she tested positive for any diseases.
The “Stoopid” rapper, 22, is now holed up in a federal jail facility without bail until January 2020. At that time, he will be sentenced after pleading guilty to a slew of federal charges, including racketeering, robbery, firearm charges, drug trafficking and more.
Tekashi was staring at life imprisonment, but his sentence will be greatly reduced since he greatly cooperated with the Department of Justice in their investigation.