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2 of Tekashi69's victims contacted the judge who will either send him up the river or set him free at his sentencing hearing tomorrow.

Rapper Tekashi69, aka 6ix9ine, was arrested on racketeering, weapons and drug charges in 2018. He was also charged with conspiracy to murder and armed robbery as a member of the notorious Nine Trey Bloods street gang.

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The "FEFE" star's robbery victims gave their victim impact statements to a New York judge. They pleaded with the judge to hold the rapper responsible for his violent crimes and keep him behind bars.

The victims, a man and a woman who both worked as publicists, claim their lives have been forever ruined and they experience severe anxiety after the ordeals, according to TMZ.

The 33-year-old male explains, "Never have I been so scared as a cold, hard metallic gun was pressed against my abdomen."

The man also said he lives in constant fear of Tekashi69 sending his associates to "finish the job".

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The victim concludes his impact letter by asking the judge, "Why should this person, who nearly ended my life, be free when I am not free?”

The judge will take into consideration Tekashi's willingness to cooperate and testify against his four gang associates.

All four gang bangers were convicted and sent to prison. Tekashi's victims hope he will join them behind bars.