Mover is currently serving thirty years in prison for murder and The Sun newspaper has now reacted to the rapper’s new album Exit Wounds.
The article, headlined “Murder Rap”, details the recording process, the album’s content and the victim’s family’s response to the album.
The Sun reports that Exit Wounds was “recorded on a contraband mobile phone” from Belmarsh Prison in South London where the rapper is currently serving thirty years for stabbing a father-of-one to death at a bus stop.
The article also includes lyrics from the album such as, “Hit man in his chest and neck then quick flee, looking at life cause was prints in the bloody car, two snitches due stitches, I move vicious.”
According to The Sun, a Prison Service spokesperson said that Mover’s album is “completely unacceptable” and that they are taking “immediate action”.