Tekashi 6ix9ine must be feeling the heat. After snitching on several of his former associates, he isn't facing an almost 45-year jail sentence. Instead, after all of his cooperation, his sentence was reduced to 24 months for racketeering, but could be out sooner because he has already served 14 months in jail. Well now, Tekashi doesn't feel safe. According to TMZ, he and his team are asking a judge to allow him to serve the rest of his sentence under home confinement or in a community correctional facility. I am sure he does. But is it really safe for Tekashi to serve his sentence home, because from what we hear, he doesn't want to go into protection when he gets out. But because he snitched about gang members and the private jail he is currently in, Tekashi feels his life is at risk. Let's see if a judge will grant his request.