Tekashi 6ix9ine Making Convincing Late Push For ‘Deadbeat Dad Of The Year’ After New Allegations Made By His Baby Momma

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At this point, expecting Tekashi 6ix9ine to do the right thing is as ludicrous as expecting Jeffrey Toobin not to be aroused by a densely populated Zoom call.

But if there’s one tender spot in his hardened heart, Tekashi may lead you to believe it’s for his five-year-old daughter, Saraiyah, who he conceived when he was 18 years old and who he is always leveraging in his social media posts to appear relatable to those who harbor the capacity to love.

Welp, according to Saraiyah’s mother, Sara Molina, Tekashi is about as present in her daughter’s life as you and I are. Molina didn’t allow 6ix9ine to see his daughter on Christmas so as not to break his several month long absent streak.

Not only has 6ix9ine not been there for his daughter physically and emotionally, he’s been quiet on child support since the beginning of September, presumably throwing that money at strippers at the mask-less clubs he frequents.

The last thing I’d want is for Tekashi to miss out on the Deadbeat Dad of the Year Award simply because he was late to apply, so I took the liberty in polishing up his resume after the recent allegations made by his baby momma.

Tekashi is up against some stiff competition this year, with 50 Cent, Charlie Sheen, and Lamar Odom all with a real shot at winning the coveted prize.