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Scribe sentenced to intensive supervision; blames terrorist attacks for missing probation meetings

Kiwi rapper Scribe has been sentenced to six months of intensive home supervision.

The musician, also known as Malo Luafutu, pleaded guilty today to a breach of supervision charge. He was also found guilty of a possession of meth charge at a trial last year.

In court today, his lawyer accepted he had missed several probation meetings. The rapper is Muslim and left the city following the terrorist attacks on Christchurch, the attorney said.

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    Malo Ioane Luafutu failed to appear in court to face drugs charges. Source: 1 NEWS


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      The Kiwi rapper was sentenced to six months of intensive supervision in court today. Source: 1 NEWS