Three people have been arrested in connection with an attack that happened at rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine’s gym. This is a recent development in the case. The incident happened before and left one man with serious injuries. It also led police to start looking into what happened. Now that these suspects have been caught, it looks like progress is being made in finding those who did this.
3 Arrested in Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Gym Assault Case
About an assault on rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine earlier this month, three males were detained on Thursday (March 30) and booked into the Palm Beach County prison. The rapper was allegedly attacked on March 21 at a LA Fitness in Lake Worth, Florida, by Rafael Medina Jr., 43, Octavious Medina, 23, and Anthony Maldonado, 25, who were all detained on robbery and assault charges, according to the Associated Press.
According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, the guys were arrested on Thursday night after they allegedly beat “TROLLZ” rapper Daniel Hernandez, 26, who is 26 years old and was born Daniel Hernandez, in a case that was documented in a cellphone.
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In the video, two of the men are seen approaching Hernandez, who is seen trying to protect himself while lying on the floor of the gym’s sauna area. One of the males is seen kicking Hernandez repeatedly. Hernandez was hospitalized after the assault and sustained scratches and bruises to his face, according to attorney Lance Lazzaro, who spoke to a Florida TV station.
Workers heard the disturbance, and the offenders ran away, according to Lazzaro. “South Florida police were contacted, and he [Hernandez] was taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital.” Hernandez, who had no protection with him, was attacked by many individuals without notice, according to Lazzaro, who also told TMZ that EMS and police arrived on the scene before taking the rapper to an unidentified hospital.
The website published images of Hernandez’s bloated, bloody face and stated that he had sustained back rib and jaw injuries. Lazarro could not be reached for comment on the incident as of the time of publication. Take a photo, I’m going to be famous now, the bald man can be heard saying in the video as he grabs Hernandez by the hair and kicks him.