Bugzy Malone uses mum's terrified 999 call to promote new single 'War Mode'

By Thomas Molloy

Rapper Bugzy Malone has shared audio of a terrified 999 call made by his mum to help promote a new single.

In September, Malone was found not guilty of causing grievous bodily harm to two men near his Ramsbottom home.

Both men suffered broken jaws in the incident but a jury found that the rapper, whose real name is Aaron Davies, acted in self-defence.

READ MORE : Bugzy Malone issues statement after being found not guilty of attacking two men

Malone has shared footage of the incident to his Instagram page, with audio of his mum's call to the emergency services over the top.

In the call, she said: "We've got three men outside attacking the house. I'm at my son's house."

She continued: "They'd been throwing stones and I don't know what the sound was. I am slightly scared to go out there.

Bugzy Malone arriving at Manchester Crown Court during his trial (Manchester Evening News)

"Oh look, they're here, they're here. They're causing a load of trouble."

Malone is seen pulling up onto his drive in a black Mercedes, before taking his T-shirt off and running towards the gate. That is where the footage ends.

Alongside the clip on Instagram , Malone stated that he 'wished the day could have gone a different way and nobody had to get hurt'.

He wrote: "When your mother is forced to call 999 by violent, grown men intruding on your property, and you arrive at the scene before the police, unfortunately you are left with no choice but to protect your castle and defend the females in your family.

"We are born and raised to be brave and protect our families in Great Britain it’s a part of what makes the men in this country so great

Just to be clear i’m not condoning violence or glamourising my actions, in fact I wish the day in question could have gone a different way and nobody had to get hurt.

"However… I’ve worked my whole life to climb up from rock bottom, I make albums to guide people through dark times and tour up and down the country tirelessly to actually perform for my supporters in person to give people something to look forward to.

"I haven’t come all this way to have man smash up my house and threaten me and my family.

"The moral of the story is treat people how you would like to be treated, because it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that when you bring problems to someones home and act threatening towards their family, it’s more than likely going to end in tears."

At the end of the post, Malone promoted his new single War Mode.

"WARMODE OUT NOW!!!" He added.

Since going live on Thursday evening (October 7), the song's music video has racked up more than 2 million views on YouTube.

The video features more clips of the incident, along with clips of Malone's court case and subsequent coverage in the Manchester Evening News.

Malone also is seen wearing designer clothing, driving through the streets in a Lamborghini, and filling it up at an Asda petrol station.

At the end of the video, the words 'not guilty' are displayed on the screen.

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