Levi Watson and his gallery of ‘Life’ featuring Lamborghinis, Rolex watches and lots of cash
Part of the ring of 13, L- R: Aaron Clemenson Zarak Khan Kieran Samuels Clayton Stephenson Levi Watson and Adam Whiteley. Dealers in the ring were sentenced to more than 130 years behind bars between them
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The Wolverhampton based rap artiste has published a few music videos where he brags about a life dealing drugs Levi Watson in music video… for song about drug dealing.
Watson was jailed for his role in a drugs ring supplying cocaine and heroin in a huge bust by West Midlands Police. He is a member of a ring of dealers who bagged more than 130 years behind bars, between them.
Youtube star Watson has over 4,500 followers and he regularly posts snaps and videos on his Instagram page. His trademark is bragging about his gangsta creds and boasing about his lavish lifestyle abroad, despite telling authorities he had no steady income and lived in Wolverhampton.
The less than careful dealer, six weeks ago, posted photos of himself and cronies enjoying a helicopter ride and posing on the bonnet of a white Ferrari. In yet another photo, he is shown relaxing in a bubble bath surrounded by £20 notes.
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High rolling Levi Watson
Watson Premier League footballer Andre Gray of Burnley FC
A life of champagne and luxury
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Hey, who doesn’t want to drive around in a Lamborghini
Levi ‘Prezi’ Watson has had several rap music videos extolling life as a drug dealer
“When you’re sitting on over quarter of a million but you tell them it’s pennies.”
Grand luxe: Three watches wrapped around a Porsche Panamera gear shift
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“Drugs can ruin lives and communities and these sentences should act as a strong warning that those involved in such crime will feel the full force of the law.”
For Watson though, it is not the first trip behind bars. A 2006 conviction for vehicular manslaughter saw him serving five and a half years, after the car he was driving crashed, killing his friend.
He was also convicted for failing to provide a specimen and assaulting a police officer, following the crash which killed College student Jermaine Walker, 18, in November of 2005.