6ix9ine was working with federal investigators throughout that interview, and Molina chastised Vlad for having her read the indictment on tape.
Sara Molina originally spoke with VladTV in 2019 about her volatile connection with Tekashi 6ix9ine, but she subsequently said she regretted the comments. The lengthy interview went viral, and Molina didn’t hold back in disclosing personal information about her daughter’s father, including his trials and incarceration, his feud with Trippie Redd, and his ties to the Bloods.
Molina has spoken with DJ Vlad once more, and this time she reveals why she isn’t pleased with her earlier interview. “I hated it since I was probably at my most vulnerable at the moment,” she explained. “I had just left a relationship in which I had been mistreated psychologically, physically, and emotionally. I was having all of these things come out during the case because, as I previously stated, this was my life and I had no idea what was going on around me. I was still stunned. I was in pain.”
She went on to say that she wished she had “given [herself] more time” before sitting down for such an important interview. “‘Uh, maybe you shouldn’t do that, maybe you shouldn’t say that, maybe you shouldn’t pick up that fcking stack of papers on the floor so suspiciously sitting next to you,’ I didn’t have the greatest people around me to advise me. Nobody was present to tell me such nonsense.”
“It is what it is,” says the narrator. The papers she’s referring to are the ones that showed 6ix9ine was collaborating with federal investigators to the rest of the world. “I wish I hadn’t studied that stack of papers while chatting to you. You can’t be angry when people call you the feds, you have an indictment on the table, and you have me in a white room that looks like an interrogation room. It was just a disaster. It was a mistake I deeply regretted.”
Molina denied knowing that 6ix9ine was participating in the indictment and said she had no idea what Vlad wanted her to read beforehand. To hear Vlad’s answer, watch the video below.