The legal system has given 6ix9ine another chance to stay out of trouble.

As reported by TMZ  earlier today (Nov. 14) Tekashi has entered a guilty plea for his assault and disorderly conduct case stemming from a May arrest where he was accused of assaulting a police officer. The assault allegedly transpired after the rapper was pulled over and arrested for driving with a suspended license.

Additionally, a condition of the deal states that if the “Fefe” rapper breaks the law again over the course of the next year, he could face immediate jail time.

This development arrives months after Tekashi had his misdemeanor assault charge dropped down to disorderly conduct charge as part of his conditional plea deal for this case back in July.

Last month, a judge sentenced 6ix9ine to four years of probation and 1,000 hours of community service for violating the terms of the plea agreement for his 2015 sexual misconduct case. While Tekashi hasn't been directly implicated in any legal issues since, he has been in a steady stream of headlines.

On Tuesday (Nov. 13), a former affiliate of the rapper’s was arrested for his alleged role in the July 2018 incident where 6ix9ine was pistol-whipped, robbed and kidnapped.

Last week, a video shoot where he was filming a music video for a collaboration with Kanye West and Nicki Minaj was halted after gunfire broke out. No one was injured in the shooting and police continue their investigation. It did cost 6ix9ine’s label a pretty penny, though.

Hopefully 6ix9ine can avoid any more run-ins with the law and can stay out of harm's way.

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