Sara Molina Claims 6ix9ine’s Beefs Put Their Young Daughter In Danger

She posts a 14-minute video putting the rainbow-haired rhymer on blast for not caring about his child.

Daniel “Tekashi 6ix9ine” Hernandez recently released a new song, so the 24-year-old lightning rod is back to his old ways online. The Nine Trey Gangsters affiliate-turned-government informant’s Instagram page is filled with videos and posts of him trolling other rappers like Meek Mill, Lil Durk, 600 Breezy, and even the deceased King Von.

While his consistent feuding on social media has not seemed to help “Zaza” climb up the Spotify, Apple Music, or iTunes charts, Tekashi’s antics may have put his own child in danger. Sara Molina, the mother of 6ix9ine’s 5-year-old daughter Saraiyah, claimed she is allegedly receiving serious threats because of Tekashi.

“I’ve been harassed and threatened because of his actions,” wrote Molina on Instagram. “I have every right to speak on the situation and protect my daughter and myself from [whatever] harm he might put us through with his wreckless beefs that he’s taking on and provoking with people he has no business playing with.”

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Additionally, Molina accused Tekashi of not having a relationship with his daughter. She stated that 6ix9ine has not spoken to Saraiyah in several months. In an Instagram video, Molina suggested 6ix9ine does not care for his own life, forecasted that he is on a road to self-destruction, and called his combative online behavior “disgusting.”

Molina also told TMZ that she can not afford to hire private security like 6ix9ine. She pleaded with the father of her child to stop provoking possible violence that could affect Saraiyah. In response, Tekashi’s attorney, Lance Lazzaro, said Molina’s comments are “all BS” and his client is “sharp as can be.”

Throughout his career, 6ix9ine has been involved in numerous violent encounters, including shootouts that have reportedly left innocent bystanders injured. In 2019, Hernandez was sentenced to 24 months in federal prison after testifying against his Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods co-defendants. The following year, he was granted an early release.