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Tekashi 6ix9ine kicked out of Miami coffee shop for giving free booze
He shows up too much.
Only Page Six knew about Tekashi 6ix9ine and about 20 of his entourage being kicked out of Miami’s El Tiesto cafe on Sunday night for reckless behavior.
The 26-year-old rapper “Trollz” reportedly walked behind the bar without permission and began pouring bottles of tequila into customers’ mouths for free.
Meanwhile, his friends dance in bars, even though they’re forbidden to do so.
Tekashi and his partners were escorted out of the Dominican-Japanese restaurant at around 8:20 p.m. ET, but appeared to leave amicably after he was seen hugging someone near the security checkpoint.
“He was a friend of the owner,” an exclusive source told Page Six. “He’s always been here.”
After leaving the premises with security and most of his friends, Tekashi was seen walking towards his multicolored Rolls Royce in the parking lot, which was painted red with splashes of yellow and purple.
The rapper “Mali” stood outside the driver’s door for several minutes, surrounded by five friends. In the end, he got into the car with the woman in the front seat and the man in the back seat and drove away.
Most of Tekashi’s friends left the place at the same time as him, but his two buddies stayed inside, sitting at the bar.
About 20 minutes after the rapper “Stoopid” left, a police officer showed up.
The officer entered the premises alone, looked around and spoke to a member of staff before leaving.
The two friends of Tekashi who remained and the officer left at the same time. No arrests were made.
A spokesperson for the Miami Police Department told Page Six that there was no record of the incident, but explained: “If necessary, the company has the option to hire an off-duty officer to handle any on-duty calls.
“In this case, my only guess is that the officers on the scene may have been able to work through the issues (if any) with staff, which would not necessarily require further action by officers if there was no crime.”
“This may be the reason why the system is not connected,” the representative concluded.
A representative for Tekashi and a manager for El Tiesto Cafe could not immediately be reached for comment.
While he could have avoided serious trouble this time around, rapper “Gooba” is no stranger to legal troubles.
In 2019, Tekashi, whose real name was Daniel Hernandez, was sentenced to two years in prison for racketeering and eight other counts.
He once faced 47 years in prison after pleading guilty to joining the Blood of Nine Trey gang to help his career and support them financially, but received a lesser sentence for cooperating with prosecutors.
In April 2020, Tekashi suffered from asthma and was discharged early due to coronavirus concerns. He was subsequently placed under house arrest, which officially ended in August 2020.