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Tekashi 6ix9ine Got Immediately ‘Gang-sta Checked’ Upon Arrival in P-rison

Tekashi69 isn’t getting the red carpet treatment in federal lockup — several Crips wasted NO time “gang-sta checking” him, and TMZ has learned that’s what got him transferred to a new facility.

The tense showdown went down November 19 at Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center, right after 6ix9ine was denied bail … according to our law enforcement sources. We’re told Tekashi, an alleged member of the 9 Trey Gang-sta Bloods, was confronted by inmates affiliated with the Crips who were in the intake area as he arrived.

That’s when one inmate ‘G Checked’ him — meaning stepped up to him to see if he’s a real gang-sta or just a wannabe.

We’re told the Crip told Tekashi he better understand who’s in charge — and the only thing that saved him from a beatdown was the fact prison staffers quickly intervened.

His attorney, Lance Lazzaro, says 6ix9ine “was being th-reatened in j-ail.

However, he was not scared nor did he request being removed. The [Bureau of P-risons], acting upon these th-reats, removed him to a different facility to eliminate the th-reat.”

TMZ broke the story … the new facility where he ended up is sometimes used for witnesses who cut deals.

Our sources said Tekashi specifically asked to be in a unit away from Crips and B-loods.

We reached out to the BOP regarding the Crip incident, but a rep wouldn’t comment because Tekashi’s no longer in their custody.

Source: tmz.com

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