Earlier this week, Tekashi 6ix9ine’s lawyer sent a letter to Judge Paul A. Engelmayer requesting that the rapper be allowed to serve the remainder of his prison sentence at his home or at a community correctional facility. 6ix9ine’s ex-girlfriend Sara Molina says that if he is transferred back home, she has some rules before he’s allowed visitation from their 4-year-old daughter.
According to TMZ, Molina wants 6ix9ine to undergo a psychiatric evaluation before he can see their daughter Saraiyah. She told the outlet she wants to make sure he’s really changed since his legal battle and needs to feel like he truly cares for her and their daughter.
Furthermore, if he’s allowed to serve his sentence back home, Molina is concerned that a visit with Saraiyah may put her in danger. Due to his cooperation with the federal government and denouncing of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, 6ix9ine is currently concerned for his own safety in prison. Molina believes he’ll still have a target on his back even if he’s transferred home and she doesn’t want that to jeopardize their daughter.
“He needs to do a lot of changes,” she told the outlet. “All you’ve got right now is timing. Use that time wisely.”
If a safe environment can be secured and 6ix9ine goes through psychiatric evaluation, Molina will consider allowing him to be in contact with Saraiyah. However, after the rapper’s sentencing last month, Molina claimed 6ix9ine has never prioritized being a part of Saraiyah’s life.
“He uses my daughter as a prop to gain sympathy, like this is why he needs to be home,” she told TMZ last month. “My daughter has never been a priority to him.”
Molina added that 6ix9ine’s family even got Saraiyah’s age wrong in letters they wrote to Judge Engelmayer that claimed 6ix9ine needed to be released to be with his daughter. She also said he hasn’t reached out to Saraiyah since 2018.
“You’re not concerned with what’s going on with your daughter for a whole year?” she continued. “That’s what makes me feel like he hasn’t changed.”
Judge Engelmayer has not yet approved not denied 6ix9ine’s request to be transferred back home.