Bugzy Malone appears in court after being charged with two counts of inflicting grievous bodily harm

The grime rapper has denied all charges

15.09.20

Words by: Billy Ward

Bugzy Malone has attended court after being charged with two counts of wounding to inflect grievous bodily harm.

The grime rapper, real name Aaron Davis, appeared at Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court on the morning of Monday September 14.

Denying all charges, Davis appeared in the dock as a new trial date was fixed for next year. The case was adjourned for trial on September 6 2021 and was listed for seven days.

No further information on Davis’ case was heard, the Manchester Evening News reports.

Back in March, the 29-year-old was hospitalised with serious injuries after a quad bike accident in Manchester.

The rapper detailed the extent of his injuries in his latest release ‘M.E.N III’.

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