Tekashi69 is only 22 years old, but it looks as though the hip hop artist's mile-long rap sheet may have landed him behind bars for the rest of his days.
Tekashi (nee Daniel Hernandez) was picked up for racketeering this week, which is a serious enough charge on its own.
But it looks as though this is the 21st century facial-tattooed rapper equivalent of arresting Al Capone for tax evasion.
TMZ has obtained legal documents detailing the various charges against Hernandez, and it might be easier for us to list the crimes he hasn't been accused of.
Prosecutors claim that in April, Tekashi ordered his manager and other associates to rob a rival crew.
The rapper then sat in the car and recorded it all while a violent scene unfolded inside.
But the new charges that probably have Tekashi and his attorneys most worried today have to do with a different robbery, this one occurring at the Barclays Center earlier this year.
On that occasion, Hernandez was allegedly a more willing participant, at one point shooting at his intended targets multiple time.
That one's a doozy, as discharging a weapon during an attempted robbery carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 25 years.
And if you think that's the end of the laundry list of charges against the man, then you don't know Tekashi.
In July, Hernandez allegedly ordered a hit against a different rival (How many rivals does this guy have?!), and prosecutors claim the incident resulted in someone getting shot in the foot.
In total, Tekashi is facing 6 new charges.
If convicted, he faces life in prison.
We say new charges because Hernandez is already due in court in connection with allegations that he slept with an underage teen girkl in 2016.
Despite an offer from his lawyer in which the rapper would put up $750,000, surrender his passport, and submit to house arrest, Tekashi has been denied bail.
The whole incident is another devastating blow against people whose faces are covered in sexual innuendo tattoos.