New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is keeping it fully 100. The hip-hop rookie has come forward to speak out on the headlines surrounding his name related to a sex offender case.

Tek went to Instagram Friday (August 10) and provided followers with context to the plea deal he made in 2015.

“I know I troll a lot but for the people who care and the people that are making it their priority to care about my personal life, I want you to take a second and look at my case. Right? Three and a half years ago, I’m not this famous rapper that has $10,000 to pay for a private lawyer. I had to settle for a public defender. A court ordered lawyer. At this time, I’m scared. They’re saying you’re going to get 15 years and I’m like, ‘No. I’ve got a daughter on the way.’ It’s 2015. I’m 18 years old. I’m like, ‘No.’ Give me anything but jail time. If you look into the case, this is just another story of a minority, a youth being under the court system built for me to fail. For the people saying, ‘Tekashi, you’re not taking this serious.’ I am. Trust me. I am. I’m just not going to let that affect me.”

A few hours ago, hip-hop executive Wack 100 ripped Tekashi over his sexual offender case.

Bompton rapper YG has also called out 6ix9ine over his legal nightmare.

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According to reports, 6ix9ine could find himself in jail for up to three years over a plea agreement violation.

A spokesperson for the Manhattan’s D.A. Office said they are recommending 1-3 years behind bars in a state prison for Tekashi and claiming the rapper violated the terms of his plea agreement after he pled guilty to one count of Use of a Child in a Sexual Performance. The “FEFE” rapper cut the plea deal back in 2015, and a big part of his conditional release was to stay out of trouble. Officials point out that he was arrested in both Houston and Brooklyn, and feel that he has not held up his terms of the agreement. (The Blast)