French Montana gives shout out to J Hus at the Wireless Festival


In order to show his support for rapper J Hus who had been arrested, French Montana decided to stop his Wireless Festival set.
The Unforgettable rapper stopped his set to shout out the London rapper who was forced to pull out of the line up after being charged for carrying a knife in East London. As a result of the arrest, J Hus was dropped from the Wireless Festival and was replaced by Krept and Konan, the rap duo from London.

Montana, who performed on Saturday, covered J Hus’ track, Did You See in his absence. He told the crowd that he had to represent J Hus since he wasn’t going to be there.

Montana also wore an England football shirt in honor of the team’s World Cup quarter final match against Sweden. He asked the crowd if they noticed what he was wearing on the stage.

On 21st June, J Hus’ had been taken into custody after a weapon was found in his car by the police. He had been pulled over in east London on Stratford.
The Guardian, the British Publication reported that the charges against the rapper, real name Momodou Jallow, included possession of a knife or a bladed article. However, earlier this week he had been released after he posted a bond worth $132,000 (£100,000).
The terms of the bail dictate that he cannot enter certain areas in London, which include Tower Hamlets, Dagenham, Barking and Hackney. On 20th July, a pre-trial hearing has been scheduled.
On Wednesday, the Bad Boy Hitmaker thanked his family and fans for their constant support via Twitter and also apologized to them for the inconvenience.
Responding to this news, fellow rapper Lethal Bizzle took J Hus’ side, saying that the rapper has been to hell and back, and that he may have felt that he needed to defend himself. He hopes that the judge takes all into account.









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