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Tekashi 6ix9ine’s main bodyguard is offering $10,000 to the four men who jumped the aspiring rapper in a South Florida gym on Monday.

After the video went viral, 6ix9ine’s bodyguard, Bam-Bam, took to Instagram Live and offered the gang $10,000 to fight him four-on-one.

Bam added, “If you lose, you die.”

He also denied setting up the rapper, a.k.a Tekashi 69, who regularly visited the West Palm Beach County gym without security.

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Cellphone video shows four Latino suspects punching, stomping, and spitting on the defenseless rapper at the gym.

Sources claim 6ix9ine was beaten to a bloody pulp for disrespecting Puerto Rico at the 2023 World Baseball Classic last week.
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6ix9ine, real name Daniel Hernandez, was born to a Mexican mother and Puerto Rican father. The aspiring rapper reportedly denounced his Puerto Rican side because his father abandoned the family when 6ix9ine was a child.

The rapper taunted Puerto Ricans and waved a large Mexican flag in the front row at the Mexico vs Puerto Rico game at loanDepot Park in Miami on March 17.

Cellphone video shows someone throwing a beer can at 6ix9ine’s head as he waved the Mexican flag and shouted his support for the team. Mexico came from behind to beat Puerto Rico 5-4.

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6ix9ine was kicked out of the stadium for being drunk and disorderly. Cellphone video shows him being dragged out by police and stadium security.

A few days later, he was assaulted by a group of angry Puerto Rican men in the restroom at an LA Fitness. They mercifully spared his life. However, he was hospitalized with a fractured jaw, broken nose, cracked ribs and facial lacerations.

6ix9ine’s lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, told TMZ he will ask the feds to protect the child-like rapper.

The feds allegedly offered to put 6ix9ine in the witness protection program after he testified against violent gang members. But 6ix9ine reportedly declined the feds’ offer. He served 20 months in a New York prison in 2020.

After he was released from prison, he moved to sunny Florida, where TMZ says he routinely steps out without security.

Sources say he’s too broke to afford security and he believes he’s safe in a majority Hispanic neighborhood — far away from gang members who want him dead for being a snitch.