Shameless Albanian gangsters who rule London’s drug trade post pictures of guns and wads of cash on public Instagram page with more than 8,000 images
An Albanian gang who are flooding Britain with cocaine are posting pictures of guns, cash and expensive cars online.
They have links with the Mafia back home in Albania, which gives them a direct supply of cocaine from South American drug cartels.
They have even posted a picture of a cake laden with £50 notes and a video of some of its members rapping in prison.
Hellbanizanz are so brazen they have even posted pictures of a small child wearing a gang symbol medallion.
The Hellbanizanz Instagram page has more than 8,000 posts and is public for all to see, including British police officers.
They boast of having ‘city control’ over London and claim they are ‘ready for war’ with rival gangs.
They have leapfrogged other drug gangs in London because of their violent turf wars, The Express reports.
The page filters the aspects of gangster life, with some posts showing bundles of £50 notes and even two pistols side by side.
In a chilling YouTube video, which the gang have made themselves, they use their lyrics to warn other criminals in London.
The gang describe themselves as ‘God of the streets’ and the video shows them posing with flash cars and glamorous women.
They rap: ‘[Hellbanizanz] is ready for violence, he asked this as proof, ask these or talk about facts, ask this if we shoot.
‘London city control, f*** this team with crowns, f*** that bitch from tattoos, the gang has already taken over.
‘[Hellbanizanz] is ready for war, with two arms arm wrist, we about dat gango bando, how do you compare to me?’
One member, Tristen Aslanni, 29, was jailed for 25 years for firearms and drug offences in June 2016.
He was seen collecting a suitcase and rucksack from a house in Crouch End.
Police officers searched the house in connection to his arrest and found a staggering £6million pound drug stash, including cocaine, and a Skorpion machine gun with a silencer.
It is not known whether the house was owned by the gang.
Because Albanian gangs import so much cocaine into Britain, the National Crime Agency believes this is what led to the so-called ‘county lines’ gangs in Britain.
Some gangs groom young children to take drugs out of London to sell it in quiet towns, and in other areas of the country.
A spokesman at the National Crime Agency said groups like these are expanding and increasing in number.
The spokesman said: ‘Albanian crime groups have established a high profile and degree of influence within UK organised crime, and have considerable access to the UK drug trafficking market, particularly cocaine.’
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