Tekashi 6ix9ine's full guilty plea revealed

Details of Tekashi 6ix9ine's guilty plea have been published online, detailing the rapper's confession to violent crime and drug dealing.

The 'Gummo' hitmaker and admitted child sex offender, real name Daniel Hernandez, agreed to co-operate with prosecutors as part of a plea deal in January.

Tekashi69's full guilty plea has been obtained by Complex, the magazine says, in an online article that prints parts of the confession.

The rapper reportedly says he met and joined the Nine Trey Blood Gang in 2017.

"As a member of Nine Trey, the enterprise engaged in such activities including shooting at people, robbing people, and at times drug trafficking," Complex reports him as saying.

As previously revealed, the guilty plea confirms Tekashi69 paid an associate to shoot at rival rapper Chief Keef. It also reveals his involvement in two other 2018 incidents - an attempted murder on March 20 and a robbery on April 3.

Tekashi69 also admitted to his involvement in selling hard drugs, stating "I and others agreed to sell one kilogram of heroin", in Bushwick, New York.

Complex says the rapper claims to have suffered depression and post-traumatic stress disorder after his stepfather was murdered.

"I started becoming just rebelling [sic] and not showering, like depression stuff," says Tekashi.

Meanwhile, Tekashi69's girlfriend Jade has poked fun at his co-operating with prosecutors, as rival rapper 50 Cent did before her.

"I always knew you were a rat ass n***a," Jade captioned a photo of Tekashi69 on Instagram.

"Because you always knew the right things to say. Nah I'm just playing... Happy Valentines Day BABE."

Tekashi69 faces a minimum of 47 years in prison and will be sentenced in January, 2020. However, his co-operation with the prosecutors will likely lead to a sentence below the mandatory minimum.