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Ay Huncho trashes rivals as Sydney gang war escalates

Ay Huncho trashes rivals as Sydney gang war escalates 2

Gangsters go viral: As a bloody gang war erupts in Sydney a rapper connected to the thugs is now boasting about wanting to shoot rivals in vile music video: ‘Will blow off your head’

  • Alleged member of notorious crime gang made rap video trashing his rivals
  • Ali Younes, or Ay Huncho, made gun gestures in music video called ‘Putrid S***’ 
  • Younes currently out on bail and believed to have links to Alameddine crime clan 
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An alleged member of a notorious crime gang released a rap music video trashing his rivals as a gangland war escalates in Sydney.

Ali Younes, who goes by his rapper name Ay Huncho, made gun gestures with his hands and sang about aiming ’22s at yous’ in the music video ‘Putrid Sh**’.

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Younes is currently out on bail following a brawl at a boxing match in November.

Though he has previously said he has left his criminal behaviour behind him, the rapper has alleged links to the Alameddine crime clan. 

An alleged member of a notorious crime gang released a rap music video trashing his rivals as a gangland war escalates in Sydney (pictured, Ali Younes)

An alleged member of a notorious crime gang released a rap music video trashing his rivals as a gangland war escalates in Sydney (pictured, Ali Younes)

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Ali Younes, who goes by his rapper name Ay Huncho, made gun gestures with his hands and sang about aiming '22s at yous' in the music video 'Putrid Sh**'

Ali Younes, who goes by his rapper name Ay Huncho, made gun gestures with his hands and sang about aiming ’22s at yous’ in the music video ‘Putrid Sh**’

The Alameddine crime family dominates the Merrylands area of western Sydney and is fighting a bloody feud with the Hamzy family. 

‘Lekks got sent YP’s a b**** … their crew’s no good, putrid sh**…’ Younes raps in the song.

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‘Big 45 got none, got rusty, this 410 will blow off your head. First, we’re flipping packs then they flipped on each other and turned into rats…’

Younes bops to the beat with a group of men hiding their faces behind balaclavas.

Several of them pull up their shirts and jackets to reveal tattoos inked across their waists.

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‘Enemy of the state,’ they read. 

Younes goes on to describe Sydney as a ‘f***ing mess’ before claiming ‘we run this game’.

‘I’m gonna put all of you boys on a chain,’ he says. ‘Hopes you are ready… don’t talk to my crew… we move information… got nothing to lose.

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‘Got 22s and aim it at yous… big boy s***, cuz, don’t get it confused.’ 

He included a disclaimer in the music video saying it had been made for ‘entertainment purposes only’ and that the lyrics and characters are ‘all fictional’. 

'Lekks got sent YP's a b**** … their crew's no good, putrid sh**...' Younes raps in the song

‘Lekks got sent YP’s a b**** … their crew’s no good, putrid sh**…’ Younes raps in the song

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‘Putrid S***’ was one of two songs recently released by Younes.

The Hip Hop Show on Triple J, the ABC’s youth radio station, played Younes’ latest track ‘Most Wanted’ and promoted it on its Instagram page.

The ABC received criticism for promoting the song from victims advocate Howard Brown who told the Daily Telegraph that drill music was encouraging violent crimes.

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‘For any platform, be it the ABC or otherwise, to be supporting someone (like Younes), there has to be an ethical standard that Triple J are just not reaching,’ Mr Brown said.

Mr Brown has volunteered in his community for decades assisting victims through the criminal justice system.

‘They are giving it airtime knowing how egregious the material in the song is,’ he said.

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‘I’m dealing with a case at the minute of a young 17-year-old who was stabbed to death out at Blacktown and that was all over rap music.’

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