6ix9ine's Baby Mama Says LA Fitness Ambush 'Embarrassed' Their Daughter
6ix9ine’s baby mama claims his recent beatdown left their seven-year-old child “embarrassed.”
Sara Molina’s representative told TMZ the young mother has become increasingly concerned about the rapper’s recent antics and the effects they may have on their daughter, Saraiyah. She pointed to his behavior at the World Baseball Classic matchup between Mexico and Puerto Rico this month. Video showed the controversial rapper being forcibly removed from the stadium after shouting and fellow spectators.
Insiders say 6ix9ine was ejected due to his excessive drinking.
“He was heavily intoxicated and interrupting other guests’ experience,” a source told Page Six. “He was drunk, he was inebriated and he was out of control … There were a lot of families there last night and he was bothering people.”
According to TMZ, Molina was “surprised” that her ex was at the arena behaving as though he’s untouchable. The Brooklyn native is widely considered a hip-hop pariah due to his cooperation with federal agents. 6ix9ine has faced countless threats since testifying against the Nine Trey Bloods street gang several years ago, and has failed to shed his reputation as a “snitch.”
The controversial artist, born Daniel Hernandez, made headlines this week after being attacked by a group of men. The incident reportedly went down inside an LA Fitness locker room in Florida. 6ix9ine was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Police have yet to make any arrests in connection to the attack.
Molina told TMZ that the LA Fitness beating proved 6ix9ine was “misguided.” The mother also said she’s feared for her daughter’s safety ever since 6ix9ine began feuding with other rappers.
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