A New York judge has OK’d the early release of rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine from his New York prison. The rapper had been serving a two-year sentence on racketeering charges. The judge agreed to a “compassionate release” because of the coronavirus. Tekashi is now under supervised release at home, where he’ll have to serve the remainder of his sentence. He also will have to wear a GPS monitoring device for the first four months. He was already expected to be released later this summer.