Tekashi 6ix9ine refuses to leave Florida or up security after gym beating: report

Rainbow-haired rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has no plans to beef up his security or flee Florida after he was ferociously pummeled in the bathroom of a gym Tuesday.

The 26-year-old “GOOBA” performer isn’t worried about another attack and is eager to return to his normal life in South Florida, sources told TMZ.

The ex-con, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, was rushed to the hospital late Tuesday after he was pounced on by a group of “three or four thugs” in an LA Fitness.

The Post has reached out to his reps for comment.

Graphic video of the beatdown circulated on social media, showing two men towering over 6ix9ine as he lies on the bathroom floor, trying to protect his head from the blows.


The 26-year-old rapper is being scrutinized on social media for being the victim of this attack.
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Close up of Hernandez's bloody and bruised face after the attack.
Hernandez does not intend on increasing his security detail or leaving Florida after the attack.
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Up to four thugs attacked Hernandez in the bathroom of an LA Fitness on Tuesday, leaving the rapper with severe but non-life-threatening injuries.
Up to four thugs attacked Hernandez in the bathroom of an LA Fitness on Tuesday, leaving the rapper with severe but non-life-threatening injuries.
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Security camera footage of the attackers.
New evidence from the gym’s security camera suggests the men involved in Hernandez’s attack had a plan in place to find him at the gym.
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The men yell at him to “shut the f–k up” as one kicks his stomach and the other punches his head.

The rapper’s face was left bloodied and bruised after the altercation.


Images show Hernandez able to walk after the incident, however, the rapper was still treated at the hospital Tuesday night.
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Hernandez appears to leave the bathroom on his own two feet, despite the brutal beating he endured.
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The Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office said he was treated at the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.

Just days before the attack, the Bushwick-born musician — who is infamous for avoiding decades behind bars in 2019 by snitching on his former Bloods gang pals — was thrown out of a Miami baseball stadium after causing a drunken ruckus.

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