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The 20-year-old Albanian rapper is making "how-to videos" on how to illegally sneak into the UK


The 20-year-old Albanian rapper is making "instruction videos" on how to sneak into the UK illegally, with tips on using fake IDs and applying for asylum

  • 20-year-old Albanian rapper Dijonis Biba gives instructions on how to illegally sneak into the UK
  • The hip-hop star has posted instructional videos on YouTube dealing with life in the UK
  • Biba posted photos of himself drinking at The Shard and with expensive cars

Dijonis Biba poses next to expensive cars and in sophisticated drinking halls and obviously has no problem demonstrating his flashy lifestyle.

But the Albanian rapper's boast doesn't stop there. Biba, 20, has also used "how-to videos" on YouTube to boast about his knowledge of how to illegally sneak into the UK.

Its guidebooks, which have been viewed more than 100,000 times, include tips on using fake IDs, airports where these fake documents go undetected, and asylum applications.

The native of northern Albania has a large following on social media in his home country. Biba posted pictures of himself drinking, wearing designer clothes and standing in front of sports cars on top of The Shard. The hip-hop star also hosts evening online chats from London.

The Albanian rapper Dijonis Biba, 20, has shared instructions on how to sneak into the UK illegally on Youtube, which are pictured with a BMW in London

Biba openly describes how he came to the UK illegally and would be removed if discovered. In a video, originally recorded on his Instagram account and then republished on YouTube, he used a Google map to show a friend's route to England with a fake Italian ID.

It was about traveling from Albania to Barcelona and then by bus to a small Spanish airport that the Daily Mail did not mention. Biba said: 'This airport is not used by many people to get to the UK. Buy a ticket online and get a taxi to the airport.

“Walk slowly as you near the front gate and use the ticket barcode on the phone. Then go to the controls on the scanner. Then go to the main place where you need to show your ID.

“You should smile like an Italian. At this airport, your ID will be shown as genuine despite being forged. & # 39; Then he pointed to a specific part of the airport and added, "This is where the plane … is parked and then it's in the air." The video, released on May 17, received more than 70,000 views.

The hip-hop star also shared pictures of himself drinking at The Shard in central London

The hip-hop star also shared pictures of himself drinking at The Shard in central London

In a video from September last year that was viewed 30,000 times, he described how to use Ireland as a back door to get into the UK with fake Romanian IDs.

“Get fake cards and come from Spain, then do Dublin. If you apply for asylum in Dublin, you will be given another fake ID that will cost you 300 euros on a plane to London. & # 39;

When asked by a viewer, Biba replied that he was in London but was considering returning to France. He said he got his own fake Romanian passport from a friend.

And when a viewer asked if he would be caught, the rapper said if so he would be deported back to Dublin, where they would take his fingerprints on his arrival. When asked to comment, Biba said, "I still don't care."

Here Biba is sitting next to a rooftop pool in a post shared on his social media

Here Biba is sitting next to a rooftop pool in a post shared on his social media

Earlier this year the Mail exposed an Albanian human trafficker who was using forged documents a "simple" back door route via Dublin to the UK. Kledjan Kurtaj, who billed up to £ 2,000 a time, brazenly advertised his illegal route on Facebook.

YouTube has refused to remove the videos, claiming that they are not against the site's guidelines. It insisted that the clips shared Biba's experience of entering a country, but did not provide any services or detailed information for transit or border crossing.

Alp Mehmet from Migration Watch UK said: “This is really outrageous. It's time for social media companies to work together in the fight against this threat instead of giving airtime to scornful crooks like Biba. & # 39;

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