Tekashi 6ix 9ine Hospitalized After Being Kidnapped, Pistol Whipped & Robbed

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So scary. Tekashi69 just finished working on a music video in Brooklyn when he was shockingly robbed and held hostage by 3 hooded gunmen before ending up in the hospital in the early morning hours of July 22.

The report states after he wrapped a video in Brooklyn early Sunday morning he drove home and was blocked in his driveway by another auto. We're told when he got there another vehicle pulled up and blocked his driveway.

We're told the next thing Tekashi knew, he was in the back seat of the auto as the gunmen were driving around, telling him if they didn't get what they wanted from him - jewelry and money - they would kill him. The gunmen then pulled up to Tekashi's house as two persons went inside the house while the third kept waiting in the auto along with the rapper in the back seat. The gunmen reportedly took about $750k in jewelry and $15k and $20k in cash. Sources told TMZ that three gunmen wearing hoods got out of the vehicle, grabbed 6ix9ine, and pistol-whipped him.

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Tekashi's daughter and mother of his child were allegedly in the house but were unharmed.

The gunmen then drove away with the 6ix 9ine still in the back seat of the vehicle. At some point, he was able to jump out of the vehicle and escape. One of the men attempted to chase him down before returning to the vehicle and speeding off. 6ix9ine was able to flag another vehicle, who called 911. 6ix9ine then jumped into a stranger's auto, asked for help, and the stranger called 911. He was picked up by an ambulance and brought to the hospital, where he remains. Doctors are performing various tests, including a CT scan.

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