6ix9ine’s Ex-Bodyguard Dies, Sara Molina Texts Claim He “Put Hands On” Rapper

Sara Molina confirmed that Tekashi 6ix9ine’s former security guard, Shadow, passed away. The well-known bodyguard worked for 6ix9ine during the height of the rapper’s career before his federal case.

“I was gonna go on a little break from Instagram but given the circumstances and what I’ve seen happen, I want to give my deepest sincere condolences to Shadow’s family, his kids JJ, Boogie, Mason, and his latest addition Zion, as well as his wife, Christina,” Molina said. “I know Shadow loved you. Just the way he would talk about you– his ‘Cuban Mami’. Shadow was a great person. He was a great man, he was a family man. I am deeply saddened ’cause I know the impact he made in my life as well as many others.”

6ix9ine’s ex-girlfriend honored Shadow on social media and credited him with helping her get through a difficult time in her relationship with the rapper. She shared a series of messages with the bodyguard and revealed that he helped her during a domestic violence incident in Dubai.

“Im Soo F**** Happy They Made His Bum A** Own Up To That S***,” Shadow’s text read. “Im Happy U Finally Get Vindicated & All The Things You spoke Of About Him Are Coming To Light. One Day If I Write A Book I’ll Speak On Dubai. But What People Don’t Know Is I Put Hands On Him After U Came Banging On My Room Door. I Told him F*** YOU & YA MONEY I GOT DAUGHTERS N**** SO HOW DOES IT FEEL WHEN I HIT YOU. Bravo To You.”

Molina also captioned her text thread with a message that read, “This man saved me from a situation that I myself didn’t think I was going to make it out of alive and for that I am eternally grateful.”

Shadow was also a security guard for Drake, Jake Paul, and many others. A cause of death has yet to be revealed for Shadow, whose real name was Shamir Bolivar. He was 45-years-old at the time of his passing.

Take a look above for images of Sara Molina’s messages with Shadow.

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