Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Former Partner Addresses Public Altercation and Daughter’s Well-being

Molina Expresses Disappointment Over Tekashi's Actions and Concern for Daughter's Future

Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine's Former Partner Addresses Public Altercation and Daughter's Well-being
Sara Molina and Tekashi 6ix9ine

Sara Molina, the mother of rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine’s daughter, expressed her disappointment in a statement to TMZ, highlighting the negative impact the rapper’s recent public altercations have on their seven-year-old daughter, Saraiyah. Molina fears that as Saraiyah grows up, she will witness her father’s controversial behavior.

Molina criticized Tekashi for his lack of security during the recent incident at an L.A. Fitness where he was attacked. Despite not being at fault for the altercation, she believes his history of public disputes should have prompted him to take security measures.

She also mentioned the rapper’s recent expulsion from the World Baseball Classic due to intoxication, questioning his belief that he is untouchable. Molina views the recent attack as evidence of his misjudgment.

The rapper’s estranged partner has been worried about their daughter’s safety since Tekashi began feuding with other artists in the industry. Molina claims she has not heard from him regarding Saraiyah since late last year but assures that the child is doing well.

Sara Molina is currently more concerned about former President Trump’s potential indictment than the incident at the L.A. Fitness involving her daughter’s father. However, she hopes that Tekashi will seek the assistance she believes he requires.

In the wake of the gym altercation, rappers Boosie Badazz and Chief Keef took the opportunity to criticize Tekashi 6ix9ine publicly. Boosie shared his thoughts on social media, posting, “Lmao SNITCHES GET STITCHES.”

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