| 4.6°C Dublin

Unreal deal Roscommon rapper re-enacts €140k drugs raid that put him behind bars in bizarre video

Piotrak, who was born in Ireland and is of Polish heritage, has another track called I'm A Gangster in which he is surrounded by a group of busty bikini-clad babes on a boat.

Close

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

A ROSCOMMON rapper jailed for four years for drug dealing brazenly recreated an armed garda raid on his home in a music video.

Kamil Piotrak (21), who uses the rapper name Da Real K, has released a series of expensively produced videos to accompany his music.

Cheeky Piotrak poked fun at gardai in a mock-up video which shows armed 'officers' targeting his home as he sits surrounded by heaps of white powder.

In one video, called 5th November, and in a clear reference to a raid on his home on November 5, 2019, five armed 'gardai' are seen entering his house shouting "armed gardai" and pinning him to the floor to handcuff him.

"You little scumbag," one shouts, when they discover a cache of drugs.

Piotrak raps: "Gardai, gardai get on the floor, garda gardai hands on your back…oh my God they found my s**t, what am I going to do now?"

The masked actors in the police raid are wearing authentic-looking Garda jackets and are armed with what appears to be replica weapons.

Close

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

After pinning Piotrak to the floor they arrest him and take him away to be questioned in a room.

In another broadside to his tormentors, Piotrak's video depicted three 'gardai' celebrating his arrest by eating doughnuts and they can clearly be heard making 'oink oink' sounds.

Piotrak, who was born in Ireland and is of Polish heritage, has another track called I'm A Gangster in which he is surrounded by a group of busty bikini-clad babes on a boat.

Another video sees him attending a mock funeral of a feud victim, called Stop The Feuds.

Close

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

He was this week sentenced to four years in jail at Roscommon Circuit Court for drugs offences, with the judge describing him as an experienced dealer.

The man's co-accused, his mother and a former neighbour were given suspended sentences for facilitating his activities.

Piotrak, with a former address at Ballycahir, Ballintubber, Co Roscommon, pleaded guilty to the sale and supply of cannabis and cocaine.

Close

Piotrak’s videos show a staged seizure of drugs in his home

Piotrak’s videos show a staged seizure of drugs in his home

Piotrak’s videos show a staged seizure of drugs in his home

He said he took full responsibility for involving his co-accused in his activities, his mother Edyta Piotrak (43), with an address at 2 Greenfields, Lanesboro Road, and his former neighbour Anna Kowalska (33) from 6 Anvil Court, Roscommon Town.

Ms Piotrak pleaded guilty to the sale and supply of cannabis, while Ms Kowalska pleaded guilty to knowingly permit her address to be used for the sale, supply, or distribution of cannabis.

Mr Piotrak was back living at his mother's address, the court had been told.

The court heard previously that as a result of information into the sale and supply of cannabis in the Roscommon area, a search warrant was executed on 6 and 7 Anvil Court, Roscommon Town on November 5, 2019.

Close

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

A still from the video showing a staged seizure of drugs.

Ms Piotrak's address was also searched on the day but no illegal substances were found.

In total, during the search of 6 Anvil Court, cannabis worth €109,180 was discovered, while cocaine worth €35,169 was also found. Smaller values of cannabis and cocaine were also seized at 7 Anvil Court, where Kamil Piotrak had lived for about a year.

Judge Francis Comerford said all the offences were related and inter-related, but Kamil bore the greater culpability.

Kamil had left school at the age of 16, the judge said, and had led a "chaotic" lifestyle.

He had engaged in a high level of drug dealing as the years went by but had no accumulated assets or wealth, spending a significant amount to service his own cannabis habit.

His probation report was generally not favourable, and the judge was sceptical about Kamil's claims that he was drug-free, having made similar claims to the Probation Service before.

He noted that Kamil was in custody on similar matters, and had indicated that he would be pleading guilty to those.

The amount of cannabis and cocaine seized, a combined total of more than €140,000, indicated the appetite in the community for drugs, Judge Comerford continued.

The judge sentenced Kamil to four years imprisonment.

He gave a two-year sentence to Ms Piotrak, suspending it in full for three years. Ms Kowalska was given an 18-month sentence, which was suspended in full for two years.

Download the Sunday World app

Now download the free app for all the latest Sunday World News, Crime, Irish Showbiz and Sport. Available on Apple and Android devices

Sunday World


Privacy