Faced with life even is the rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine who was arrested for his involvement in a violent US gang.
The rapper was arrested Sunday night and faces 32 years of imprisonment for blackmail, armed robbery and other serious offenses, according to a US prosecutor.
The punishment can even be lifefully imprisoned as the indictment involves very serious offenses and is related to his involvement in the notorious Nine Trey Bloods gang. Nine Trey Bloods is a New York gang and also known as TreyWay.
The rapper was arrested after a five-year investigation that he had turned to both him and his manager's team.
On Sunday, four men of the former management team were also arrested, including Kifano Shotti Jordan, Faheem Crippy Walter, Jensel Ish Butler and Jamel Mel Murda Jones.
Tekashi69 has avoided imprisonment in previous charges, including offenses for child abuse in 2015, but now it is estimated that he will spend too much time in prison.
According to the information, the new arrest is related to a five-year federal investigation, and Tekashi69 also addresses some other categories, such as drug trafficking, armed robbery, and conspiracy to commit murder.
In 2015 the rapper admitted his guilt for a "sexual act" incident with a 13-year-old girl and is currently sentenced to four years' custody of the case.
This is not the first time he is in jail, although he may be the only one to keep him in for many years.
But none of the previous categories prevented Tekashi69 from seeing his reputation grow and glorify as a gifted musician of his generation. This week he released his debut album with the participation of Kanye West and Nicki Minaj.
His legal team has been asked to be released on bail, provided he can deliver his passport, be at home and pay $ 1 million, but the claim is rejected and remains in custody.
22-year-old Daniel Hernandez (his real name) faces charges of blackmail as a result of his activity with gang members. One of the most serious is a conspiracy to commit murder: an innocent shot dead and died in an incident in July falling victim to a gang's plan aimed at executing someone else who had shown disrespect.
In another case, someone from the team allegedly shot at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn without injuring anyone. Hernandez is also accused of illegally owning an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle.
The next few days will surely be critical to his future as he will determine whether he will go down in history as a star that has "burned" quickly because of his criminal nature or whether he will still be able to overcome legal problems and continue.