Remember Abu Hamza "Captain Hook" el Masry, the radical cleric who was jailed in the UK for supporting terrorism? Well, he has a son, and his son intends to start a rap group, where they will rap about..ehh...you guessed it....Jihad! The son of jailed radical Islamist imam Abu Hamza al-Masri is embracing rap music to sing the praises of Hezbollah and Hamas, the Sun newspaper reported on Tuesday.
The best-selling daily said it sent reporters under cover to meet Mohammed Kamel Mostafa - who goes by stage name Al-Ansary in the rap duo Lionz of Da Dezert - in a recording studio in north London.
Lionz of Da Dezert. Now that's gangsta, especially since he lived in Britian all of his life and, well, doesn't even know what a desert looks like in real life. But don't call them posers or nothing; they might go Jihad on your ass.Lionz of Da Dezert groupies
"I want to put out an album for the mainstream market, then make a CD featuring hardcore lyrics," the British-born 24-year-old was quoted as saying, adding that he can "easily make more than a million" pounds.
A fan grooving to Lionz of Da Dezert on her Ipod, which you can't see because..oh..well.. you get the idea!In one of his songs, The Sun said, Mostafa raps: "I was born to be a soldier/Kalashnikov in my shoulder/peace to Hamasa and Hezbollah/that's the way of the lord Allah ... we're jihad through/defend my religion with the holy sword". I smell a grammy!