Tekashi 69 Reportedly Granted Permission to Shoot Music Video

A judge has given Tekashi the go-ahead to film music videos, but it comes with strings attached.

It was previously reported that Tekashi 69 asked the judge in his case for permission to shoot a music video. And now, it will happen according to reports.

Documents obtained by @tmz_tv, the rapper will be able “to conduct employment-related activities outside of the residence but within the confines of the rented property.

Also according to TMZ, he can perform employment-related activities for 2 hours a week. He’ll also be allowed to work in his basement but it’s “limited to no more than an 8-hour period per day,” which also has to be approved by his probation officer.

The rapper posted a message on his Instagram story, “You Ready? [EMOJI] May 8th? Talk ‘bout working the system to your favor, Baby!”

Tekashi 69 is doing just that. As you know, he was released from jail, due to COVID-19 concerns and will be on house arrest for the next four months. He’s been laying low, but it looks like that’s all about to change.

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