Friday 20 May 2022 07:01 AM Ay Huncho trashes rivals as Sydney gang war escalates trends now

Friday 20 May 2022 07:01 AM Ay Huncho trashes rivals as Sydney gang war escalates trends now
Friday 20 May 2022 07:01 AM Ay Huncho trashes rivals as Sydney gang war escalates trends now

Friday 20 May 2022 07:01 AM Ay Huncho trashes rivals as Sydney gang war escalates trends now

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 

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**'.

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. 

A rapper with alleged connections to the  Alameddine crime clan released a rap music video trashing his rivals as a gangland war escalates in Sydney (pictured, Ali Younes)

A rapper with alleged connections to the  Alameddine crime clan released a rap music video trashing his rivals as a gangland war escalates in Sydney (pictured, Ali Younes)

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

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