Speaking with the New York Times in a profile published on Wednesday, 6ix9ine addressed allegations of abuse made by Sara Molina, the mother of his first child -- 4-year-old daughter, Saraiyah.
"We did have physical fights," 6ix9ine shared with the publication. "I admitted to all that."
While the rapper had no qualms in speaking about his role in the incident, when asked if he thinks "it’s OK to put your hands on a woman" 6ix9ine said, "No, no, [expletive] no."
He went on to reflect on the fact that his daughter will grow up knowing the details of her father's actions.
"It will suck. My daughter’s not dumb. She’ll see everything on the internet," he said. "There’s a lot of things that we’ll have to explain to her."
According to 6ix9ine, he's recently spoken with Molina and he's been spending time with his little girl.
"I’ve been visiting my daughter, I’ve been giving my daughter money. I admitted my truth. It’s the worst thing ever. But I’m not going to sit there and lie to you. I’m telling you, I did it. I admit to it, and I apologize," he added. "I don’t owe the world an apology, the person I owe an apology to is Sara Molina. She got that apology. That’s where it matters."
Molina declined to comment on his remarks to the New York Times, but has been very vocal about the abuse she endured at the rapper's hands over the course of their relationship.