One of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s ex-girlfriends is claiming that she suffered multiple instances of physical and sexual abuse at the expense of the rapper who recently pleaded guilty to nine federal charges.
Sara Molina, mother to three-year-old Saraiyah, told the Daily Beast that 6ix9ine – whose birth name is Daniel Hernandez – severely beat her while they were on a trip to Dubai in October.
She alleges that the 22-year-old rapper ‘started beating me for two hours straight,’ because he took issue with her communicating with his then-manager Kifano ‘Shotti’ Jordan.
The two had been dating since 2011.
The 23-year-old continued: ‘He had the craziest look in his eyes. I was scared. ‘Why is he acting this way?’ I had never seen him like that. He punched me so hard in my right ear I thought I was deaf.’
Molina said that the rapper would choke and kick her when he had tired of just punching. She awoke the next morning and claims that Hernandez forced her to have sex.
The mother also said that in the midst of all the commotion, the rapper admitted to sleeping with 70 other women in the past year, resulting in multiple pregnancies. Molina had multiple STDs.
‘Basically, he admitted to me he is a sex addict,’ she added.
Molina provided multiple photos of her swollen face to the Beast. The photos showed her buster lips and swollen eyes.
She also mentioned a previous altercation in April when the rapper allegedly beat the woman in front of her little girl, who was at the time two.
The three – along with Shotti – had been driving back from a concert in Middletown, New York, when Molina had questioned Hernandez about another woman who claimed she was pregnant with his baby.
As Tekashi allegedly beat Molina, Saraiyah was said to have been screaming as Shotti rushed to pull the rapper off of the woman.
In August, she claims that Hernandez got physical when she asked about his outings with a stripper.
‘He dragged me by my hair and slapped me in my face,’ she said, causing her to also have a black eye.
Soon after, ‘Tekashi issued from long distance eviction orders that landed Molina and their daughter on the street in early morning darkness. She ended up back in Williamsburg at a hotel, and that saved her and Saraiyah from being at the apartment when federal agents and cops raided it several days later.’
– Daily Mail