Jamel Bousbaa, born 15 November 1990, better known by his stage name Potter Payper, is an English rapper and musician from Barking, London. In 2021, he signed with UK division Def Jam Recordings. In 2022, Gangsteritus recorded with Tiggs Da Author, which became his first UK Top 40 single after being used on Top Boy. Potter Payper was born to an Irish mother and an Algerian father. He grew up on the Gascoigne estate in Barking, London and was raised by his grandmother. On 13 August 2015, Potter Payper was arrested during the execution of a warrant at an address in Clacton, following an investigation into a Frankie District drugs operation, which led to a charge of one count of possession with intent to supply supplying a drug of the same type and one count of possession. Conspiracy to provide for a class. He was jailed for five years and four months. He was released in June 2020.
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It is understood he was released from prison in June after being sentenced to five years for running a drug smuggling operation in the county from London to Clacton, Essex in March 2018, Barking and Dagenham Post reported. As anger flared over the BBC Proms decision, the rapper posted a photo of himself smoking outside New Broadcasting House on Thursday, suggesting he may be working on future events at group. The week they asked the Beeb to try to stop the British from singing Last Night of the Proms and Rule Britannia because of concerns about its links to the British Empire. Boris Johnson made this decision, asking the nation to end its wet culture.
Bousbaa, 29, was jailed in March 2018 for five years and four months for running a so-called ‘county road’ drug dealing operation. Known as ‘Frankie Street’, it exported class A drugs from London through a network of dealers and sold them to addicts in the seaside town of Clacton in Essex. He ran the operation with Redean Richards-Neville, 23, from Dagenham in East London, who was locked up for three years and four months.
Despite this, the rapper is planning to restart his career after being released from prison and is currently looking to top the charts with his new album due out next month. He appeared several times on BBC Radio in 2014 before going to jail, including on the Charlie Sloth show. Before his arrest, he built a career as a professional rapper and racked up millions of views on Youtube. In his latest track, posted on YouTube channel GRM Daily, he is seen making smoke and guns gestures while rapping about his lifestyle. Thank you for your patient reading.