As Tekashi 6ix9ine awaits sentencing behind the bars of a New York prison, the mother of his daughter is keeping his name in the headlines.

In Part 13 of her interview with VladTV, Sara Molina said she believes he will have to totally reinvent himself when (and if) he gets out of prison, something she says will be easy for him. She also applauds him for being intelligent, if nothing else.

“I’ve seen him do it a million times,” she said. “He’s like a culture vulture, he can adapt to anything. I feel like in a way these grown men were manipulated by this little rainbow haired kid. Money and fame will make people do a lot of things. I was manipulated.

“He’s a narcissist, I’m telling you that now. He’s very smart, I give him that. If I can give Danny [Hernandez] credit for anything, his brain works in an evil way, but it’s smart. It benefits him. And he’s ambitious.”

Molina also insists 6ix9ine “works the media” and is using the same tricks in court. The 22-year-old Brooklynite has been cooperating with feds in order to receive a lighter sentence.

As a result, he’s earned the nickname “Snitch9ine” and lost the support of several of his fellow rappers, including Meek Mill and Uncle Murda. 

The Dummy Boy artist was arrested in November 2018 on racketeering charges. Last month, he copped to nine federal counts. If convicted on all charges, he faces at least 47 years in prison. Before he talked, he was originally facing up to life.