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Rapper Bugzy Malone smashes his motorbike into a car in shocking footage

Rapper Bugzy Malone smashes his motorbike into a car and flies through the air to be left lying injured in wreckage in crash caught on CCTV

  • Footage shows sparks fly as motorbike hits a car in Bury, Greater Manchester 
  • Rapper was left lying on the floor and clutching his face following the smash 
  • Both vehicles were damaged in collision and video surfaced on social media 

This is the moment rapper Bugzy Malone’s motorbike smashed into a car in a crash that left him lying bloodied in a pile of wreckage.

The musician, 29, had been seen riding what appeared to be a motorised trike around the streets of Bury, Greater Manchester, in the moments before the crash despite the UK being locked down due to coronavirus.

CCTV from a nearby house captured the moment an Audi pulled out of a T-junction giving the grime star – real name Aaron Davis – no time to react before he ploughed into driver’s door.

Malone is pictured lying on the floor in Bury, Greater Manchester, following the accident

Malone is pictured lying on the floor in Bury, Greater Manchester, following the accident 

Rapper Bugzy Malone, who was injured in a motorbike crash last night, preforming at Wireless Festival in 2019

Rapper Bugzy Malone, who was injured in a motorbike crash last night, preforming at Wireless Festival in 2019

Malone’s bike then falls onto its side and he is sent spinning down the road in a spray of sparks in front of shocked onlookers who raced to his aid.

The songwriter, famed for his album King Of The North, was left dazed and lying on his back on the kerbside with blood pouring from facial injuries. One bystander said it appeared his nose was ‘hanging off’.

Witness Lewis McMullen shared a clip of the performer clearly dazed and surrounded by shattered glass in the aftermath of the collision.

The road in Bury was left strewn with debris after the crash, which happened last night

The road in Bury was left strewn with debris after the crash, which happened last night

The Audi that the star crashed into was left with extensive damage to the driver's door

The Audi that the star crashed into was left with extensive damage to the driver’s door

This footage shows Malone just before the crash which was caught on CCTV in Bury, Greater Manchester

This footage shows Malone just before the crash which was caught on CCTV in Bury, Greater Manchester 

The King Of The North songwriter had previously posed on Instagram with motorbikes

The King Of The North songwriter had previously posed on Instagram with motorbikes

The star’s condition was unclear after the crash, however he was talking to onlookers before emergency services arrived

Malone was driving down the A58 Rochdale Road in Bury, heading from the top to the bottom of this stock image, when the Audi driver pulled out of the side street next to the Roach Hotel

Malone was driving down the A58 Rochdale Road in Bury, heading from the top to the bottom of this stock image, when the Audi driver pulled out of the side street next to the Roach Hotel

It is unclear if the driver of the Audi, which was left with smashed bodywork and windows, was injured in the collision.

The social media user wrote above the video: ‘Bugzy Malone wrapped up big time in Bury.’

His jacket is shredded in the footage as the disoriented rider writhes on the ground clearly in pain.

Footage also surfaced on Malone just before the crash, showing him riding his bike around the town.

Police and paramedics raced to the scene after the crash, with Malone being treated where he lay before being taken to hospital, witnesses said. 

The star’s condition was unknown and it was unclear if anyone had been arrested in the aftermath.

However not everyone had sympathy for the star for crashing during the lockdown.

Niamh on Twitter wrote: ‘He was … trying to show off when we’re on lockdown. The nurses are trying to treat people for the virus not an injury caused by reckless driving.’ 

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