Mother of 6ix9ine's Child Thinks Rapper's Behavior Is Putting Her and Daughter in Danger

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6ix9ine's consideration for human life looks pretty low, as he put several people in jail for years, allegedly orchestrates hits and repeatedly disregards dead rappers. Sara Molina, the mother of his child, believes that this dance with the devil could end badly for his family.
Molina told TMZ on Tuesday that she believes 6ix9ine's antics put her and her daughter at risk. Unlike the rapper, Molina and her 5-year-old daughter Saraiyah cannot afford armed security around the clock. As a result, she feels exposed and a potential target for some of Tekashi's enemies.
She stated that she doesn't want anything from her ex, but since he hasn't tried to be in his daughter's life, he is unaware of the danger he is putting her in. She urges 6ix9ine to think about his child's safety before provoking violence.
Instead of taking their concerns seriously, 6ix9ine shot back Molina through his attorney Lance Lazzaro, who said TMZ Molina was spitting out "BS" and the rapper was trolling other artists for a "reason". He also says that 6ix9ine has everything under control and is as sharp as possible.
Recently, Tekashi returned to the antics that had previously made him a federal informant. He got into an altercation with Meek Mill in the parking lot that went viral and went on Instagram Live, where he trolled the late artists Pop Smoke and King Von. The latter prompted Chicago based Lil Reese and 600Breezy to use the '69 live session to warn him about his antics.
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