Tekashi 6ix9nine Jail Update: Rapper's Album 'Dummy Boy' Leaks Online Following Imprisonment

Following Tekashi 6ix9ine's arrest and imprisonment on racketeering charges, the rapper's debut album Dummy Boy reportedly leaked onto the internet. The project, which would have marked his first studio album release, was originally scheduled to drop on Friday, however, it was postponed indefinitely due to Tekashi 6ix9ine's legal drama.

Nonetheless, the 13-track album, featuring collaborations with rappers like Kanye West, Gunna, Lil Baby and Bobby Shmurda, who is also in prison, appeared for sale online on Tekashi 6ix9ine's website Saturday. It has since been removed. Tekashi 6ix9ine's breakout mixtape Day69—the vinyl edition—is still available for purchase on the site.

the album was originally due out on november 23 and features appearances from kanye west, nicki minaj, lil baby, and morehttps://t.co/bJNSRTLNnD

— Genius (@Genius) November 26, 2018

While it is still unclear how the album leaked onto the internet, there is speculation one of Dummy Boy's producers may have uploaded the album. Producer Murda Beatz, who worked with Tekashi 6ix9ine on his hit single "FEFE," featuring rapper Nicki Minaj, teased the album's artwork on Instagram recently with the caption, "I HAVE THE ALBUM SHOULD I…"

The album cover post, which depicted a colorfully animated Tekashi 6ix9ine urinating a rainbow, has since been removed from Murda Beatz social media.

Tekashi 6ix9ine, whose legal name is Daniel Hernandez, was arrested last week. The rapper, a known member of Bloods gang in Brooklyn, was cited for carrying out a number of illegal activities "for the purpose of gaining entrance to and maintaining and increasing position in (gang) Nine," according to legal documents. In addition to Tekashi 6ix9ine, fellow gang members Shotti, Jensel (Ish) Butler, Jamel (Mel Murda) Jones and Faheem (Crippy) Walter were also indicted on racketeering charges.

Upon his arrest, Tekashi 6ix9ine was being held in the Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center's general population. However, the rapper was transferred to an undisclosed facility on Sunday after receiving death threats, his lawyer Lance Lazzaro told WABC.

If convicted, Tekashi 6ix9ine faces a minimum of 32 years behind bars and a maximum sentence of life in prison.