Video of Tekashi 6ix9ine Savagely Beaten by a Group of Men Goes Viral

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A video has been brought to light depicting a segment of an assault inflicted upon Tekashi 6ix9ine, during which one individual repeatedly struck the rapper while he made efforts to protect his face.

6ix9ine was subjected to severe physical violence at the hands of a group of men while inside a gym located in South Florida. The injuries he sustained were so extensive that he was rapidly transported by ambulance to a hospital.

Lance Lazzaro, the legal representative for 6ix9ine, told TMZ that the rapper was present inside a sauna at an LA Fitness facility on Tuesday when he was suddenly attacked by several men without warning.

Despite his attempts to fend off the aggressors, he was unable to do so due to the overwhelming number of assailants, who ultimately inflicted serious harm before fleeing the scene. Notably, 6ix9ine did not have any security personnel present at the time of the incident.

Upon hearing the disturbance, gym personnel promptly alerted a manager, who subsequently summoned police and emergency medical services. 6ix9ine was then transported to a hospital by ambulance.

TMZ obtained an image of the rapper taken while he was receiving medical treatment, which demonstrates significant injuries to his face, including cuts and swelling, as well as harm to his jaw, ribs, and back.

Lazzaro intends to involve the Federal Bureau of Investigation to ensure that 6ix9ine is appropriately protected, given the severity of the assault.

It is important to note that 6ix9ine was released from federal prison ahead of schedule following his cooperation with law enforcement, which resulted in the incarceration of multiple gang associates. It is not yet clear if the gym attack was connected to his cooperation.

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