Tekashi 6ix9ine reveals he was rushed to hospital after diet pills

Tekashi 6ix9ine reveals he was rushed to hospital after diet pills



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Tekashi 6ix9ine says he was rushed to a Florida hospital after taking too many diet pills and consuming too much caffeine after he looked to shed pounds following his release from prison earlier this year.

The Stoopid artist, according to The Shade Room, said that he’s on the mend following the health scare and has been able to jog.

The 24-year-old rap artist told the outlet that he consumed a drug called Hydroxycut, taking twice than the recommended amount in his weight loss mission.



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The latest: Tekashi 6ix9ine, 24, says he was rushed to a Florida hospital after taking too many diet pills and consuming too much caffeine after he looked to shed pounds following his release from prison earlier this year

The Bushwick, New York native said he sweat profusely after taking that in addition to drinking a coffee.

The Fefe artist, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, said he put on too much weight after he got out of prison earlier this year, weighing as much as 200 pounds. He said he hopes to trim down to about 150 pounds.

Tekashi also told the outlet that he is not a drug user – his probation requires him to remain drug free – but took the pills in an effort to lose weight.

The Shade Room reported that Gossip In The City originally broke the news Tekashi had been taken to a hospital.



a person posing for the camera: The rap artist told the outlet that he consumed a drug called Hydroxycut, taking twice than the recommended amount in his weight loss mission


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The rap artist told the outlet that he consumed a drug called Hydroxycut, taking twice than the recommended amount in his weight loss mission



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6ix9ine last year was convicted in connection with racketeering, drug trafficking and weapons charges, and got a lesser sentence – he faced as many as 47 years in custody – for his testimony against one-time associates.

He was sentenced to two years in prison this past December, and released from prison into home arrest in April after citing concerns about coronavirus, with his home arrest drawing to a close July 31.

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