A week ago, Brooklyn rapper 6ix9ine guaranteed to make a beeline for Houston, Texas if a judge consented to concede his safeguard. As indicated by TMZ, the 22-year-old craftsman—legitimate name Daniel Hernandez—is following through on that guarantee.

NYPD got the “Gummo” rapper at JFK airplane terminal last Wednesday and put him in a correctional facility for an offense battery charge. The charge originates from a January occurrence when he supposedly stifled a 16-year-old kid at a shopping center in H-Town. Following a couple of days at Rikers, a judge allowed him $150,000 safeguard on the off chance that he consented to fly back to Harris County, Texas to post safeguard face to face. Consistent with his assertion he bounced on a flight, surrendered, and posted a $5,000 safeguard installment after 12 pm Monday morning. His arraignment happens on Friday.

“I’ve been very remorseful for my lack of responsibility. In the short time, I’ve been incarcerated, I’ve learned my lesson to be more respectful,” he told a Manhattan judge Thursday, as indicated by the New York Daily News. He went ahead to include, ” I’m not asking you to have sympathy for me. I’m not asking you for anything else at all. All I ask is to please post bail for this misdemeanor case in which I promise you and the court to take the first flight to Houston, Texas, in which I will have a legal team there ready to speed up the process.”

While at Rikers, 6ix9ine was apparently put into the jail’s disease isolation unit since his fame put him in danger. While in the 140-cell unit, utilized basically by prisoners fighting diseases, the rapper remained in all-out confinement beside communicating with Rikers officers.

Tekashi’s offense allegation conveys a greatest one-year sentence.