This song is criminal! Convicted drug dealer hosts his own Prisoners’ Got Talent online

A criminal has gone viral by hosting his own ‘Prisoners’ Got Talent’ show from behind bars – in a series of clips illegally filmed behind bars.

Sam Walker, whose past includes drug dealing and driving during disqualification, has amassed 35,000 views of clips of himself recording “performances.”

One shows him in a cell at HMP Forest Bank, Salford, as he asks an inmate to introduce himself and explain what his talent is, just like a judge on Britain’s Got Talent.

The Edwin Starr’s War man’s waist-high performance is branded “not good enough” by another inmate-turned-judge, so the eager performer ties his top up to sing Milkshake by Kelis.

Drug dealer and disqualified driver Sam Walker hosts the illegal TV shows behind bars in prison

Drug dealer and disqualified driver Sam Walker hosts the illegal TV shows behind bars in prison

One shows him sitting in a cell at HMP Forest Bank, Salford, asking a man about his talent

One shows him sitting in a cell at HMP Forest Bank, Salford, asking a man about his talent

Walker, who remains in character throughout the clip, ends the “audit” by telling the fellow inmate that he is “abandoning himself” and that he needs to leave the cell.

Another shows him introducing an inmate as “HMP’s number one rapper” before the prisoner bizarrely sings a Craig David-style love song “to the ladies on Walker’s social media.”

In his latest video, which he shared last Wednesday [Nov 30]he judges a black horse with inmates standing face to face in front of his cell.

Walker, who is believed to be 38, smiles cheekily as he holds the camera in selfie mode to film one rapping about how he’s “running away from the boys in blue” and how he’s ” can’t wait to be released.”

Sam Walker has amassed 35,000 views of clips recording

Sam Walker has amassed 35,000 views of clips recording “performances” behind bars

The videos, titled

The videos, titled “Prisoners’ Got Talent,” were posted to Walker’s social media account within the last six months

His opponent hits back with a fast run before Walker steps in and declares the first “contender” for the rapping a loser, he’s going to “stick it up your butt”.

Walker was reportedly jailed for 15 months in March for disqualified driving with 3kg of cannabis on board, but his social media pages remain active.

The videos, titled “Prisoners’ Got Talent,” were posted to Walker’s social media account within the last six months.

The About section of his YouTube account insists he doesn’t operate the social media channels, but videos show him taking footage in prison, where owning a mobile device is illegal.

Sam Walker watches as two other prisoners behind bars in jail have a rap battle

Sam Walker watches as two other prisoners behind bars in jail have a rap battle

Social media fans responded positively to the videos, which were filmed and then posted online

Social media fans responded positively to the videos, which were filmed and then posted online

The Department of Justice (MoJ) declined to comment, saying it was “outside its operational responsibility”, but the Taxpayers Alliance says “officials must ensure that private prisons operate to the standards that taxpayers expect”.

The videos were inundated with comments laughing at the prisoners, and some even giving their own verdict on the “performances”.

One commented: “Can we have some dance moves to go with the next one please.”

Another joked: “Couldn’t wrap a Christmas present hahah.”

Responding to the YouTube video of the inmate’s impressions, one said, “I’ll give that boy a 10. He’s going to the next round.”

Walker’s content focuses on his opinions on current affairs and the treatment of prisoners behind bars, some of whom were illegally filmed in prison.

He reportedly boasted about making £1,700 in one month from YouTube content, but it is believed he has since been prevented from making any money on the site.

The criminal claimed the money would go to charity in Sierra Leone.

The account’s blurb reads, “This is a spoof account not operated by Sam Walker. Videos from prison will not be posted. They are posted from the outside.

“Freedom of speech and uncovering the truth about the flaws in the prison system. Sam Walker has nothing to do with this channel and therefore cannot be held responsible for any videos I upload.

“Stay tuned for more videos as Sam steps out and he takes over the channel as he goes back to the slums of Africa to help those in poverty.”

Sam also made headlines in 2018 for “mocking” UK police by posting a “guide” to escaping the UK on social media while he was being chased for a traffic offence.

The Justice Department declined to comment as it said HMP Forest Bank is “outside its operational jurisdiction” and is run by Sodexo.

Joe Ventre, manager of digital campaigns at TaxPayers’ Alliance, said: “Officials must ensure that private prisons are operated to the standards that taxpayers expect and that criminals don’t have an easy time.”

Sodexo, the company that manages the prison on behalf of the MoJ, has been contacted for comment.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11512117/That-singing-criminal-Convicted-drug-dealer-hosts-Prisoners-Got-Talent-online.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 This song is criminal! Convicted drug dealer hosts his own Prisoners’ Got Talent online

Emma Colton

WSTPost is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@wstpost.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button