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KILLER'S EVIL RAP; EXCLUSIVE.

Byline: by WILL PAYNE

CALLOUS killer Jake Fahri threatened to cut someone's artery in a chilling rap made just days before he slit Jimmy Mizen's throat.

Throughout the trial, the 19-year-old thug pleaded self-defence and claimed he had no intention of hurting anyone. But the Mirror has uncovered a series of gangster raps recorded on a friend's mobile phone in which he boasts about his violent life of crime.

In his sickening rants, filmed less than a week before Jimmy's death, he talks about violence, drug dealing and chillingly, "cutting off" people's arteries.

Wearing a hooded top and beanie-style hat Fahri sits in the driver's seat of his new car - which he drove despite apparently never passing his test.

He puffs on a cannabis joint as he spouts the foul lyrics.

And in an eerie prediction of his attack on Jimmy, heraps: "Hustling is a part of me, cut off your arteries."

He also boasts about his life selling drugs, claiming he only stopped robbing people when he realised he could make more money peddling cannabis.

He raps: "Bag it and sell it on. I sell drugs to your girl... I found a hustle so I stopped robbing, I made some money and I went shopping."

He then runs through a list of different types of powerful, skunk cannabis he can provide including super strong "orange and lemon bud".

In another verse he says: "88 eighths gone. I'll flip it, it's nothing take me half a week."

Eighths refers to the standard quantity of cannabis sold by street dealers, for between pounds 20 and pounds 25 a time. Flipping is a street term for selling, so if his boast is correct he distributes more than pounds 1,500 of drugs in days.

He refers to himself as a "top shotter", or big-time dealer and claims he and five friends gang-banged one woman.

A friend who did not want to be identified said yesterday he believed Fahri acted out of a twisted sense of pride. He added: "Even though he came from a respectable family, Jake thought to fulfil his dreams of being a famous rapper he had to be feared. That's what made him do what he did and now he's behind bars and he's got the criminal lifestyle he always wanted."

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