Tekashi 6ix9ine sparks cash-grabbing frenzy at his former Brooklyn school

Aug 18, 2019 by

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Daniel Hernandez, better known as prolific rapper 6ix9ine, has pled guilty to nine counts in an ongoing federal case. (Facebook)

Good judgment is apparently not part of the curriculum.

When notorious rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine showed up at his former middle school in Brooklyn last year, he was welcomed in and gave a spontaneous performance that quickly turned into a “dangerous situation” — when he threw cash at star-struck students, a newly released investigative report obtained by The Post reveals.

“This used to be my school!” Tekashi shouts to a crowd of kids, frenetic footage from inside the Juan Morel Campos Secondary School in Williamsburg shows.

When the heavily inked hip-hopper “made it rain” by flinging cash in the air, taller teens jumped to snatch the fluttering notes as shorter kids scrambled on the floor to scoop up what the others missed.

Yet it’s unclear why a school staffer allowed the rainbow-maned rapper into the building in the first place.

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