Grime star Bugzy Malone appears in court charged with two counts of wounding to inflict grievous bodily harm

RAPPER Bugzy Malone has appeared in court charged with GBH.

The Grime star, real name Aaron Davies, wore a face mask, cap and sunglasses as he made his way into Minshull Street Crown Court, Manchester.

Davies, 29, is charged with two counts of wounding to inflict grievous bodily harm.

No details were given at the brief hearing and the musician spoke only to confirm his identity.

A provisional trial date was fixed for September 6 next year.

It comes months after he was involved in a horror crash in Bury, Greater Manchester.

The rapper was being filmed on his motorised trike when he slammed into a car and was thrown 13ft in the air.

Shocking pictures showed the mangled wreck of the bike and debris scattered across the road.

He later said he was "lucky to be alive" after the crash in March and revealed he "sustained serious injuries and lost consciousness" at the time.

Davies posted on Instagram: "I don't remember much, what I do remember is the non-stop love, and just want to say thanks for all the well wishes and prayers."

He continued: "Lockdown ain’t easy because boredom causes the craziest problems, but be safe regardless."

The rapper, who played Ernie in Guy Ritchie film The Gentlemen, shot to fame in 2010 and has scored four top ten UK albums.

He is best known for his EP King of the North, but released his first studio album in August 2018.

His album B. Inspired went on to peak at No. 6 in the UK charts, while his biggest hits included Kilos featuring Aitch.

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