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Drill rapper is banned from using drug-related slang words while performing after glamorising dealing

  • Rico Racks, 20, of London, admitted four dealing and drugs possession offences
  • The drill rapper has been banned from using drug-related slang in performances 
  • He was locked up for three years when he appeared at Blackfriars Crown Court

Racks, real name Ervine Kimpalu, is barred from referring to several drug-related words when rapping and posting videos online

Racks, real name Ervine Kimpalu, is barred from referring to several drug-related words when rapping and posting videos online

A drill rapper who glamorised drug-dealing in music videos has been banned from using a list of slang words while performing.

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Rico Racks, 20, was locked up for three years for drug offences and given a five-year criminal behaviour order when he appeared at Blackfriars Crown Court in London.

The order bars Racks, real name Ervine Kimpalu, from referring to several drug-related words when rapping and posting videos online, including bandoe, trapping, booj, shotting, whipping and kitty.

Racks, of Kings Cross, central London, admitted four dealing and drugs possession offences on Friday.

Police laid charges after linking him to the discovery of £8,000 in cash and £7,000 of class-A drugs.

He features in several music videos posted on social media in which he celebrates drug dealing.

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