MoStack 'Robbed On Instagram' Whilst Showing Off New Music

4 December 2018, 15:15 | Updated: 6 December 2018, 16:21

MoStack 'robbed' on Instagram as group 'steals his new music'
MoStack 'robbed' on Instagram as group 'steals his new music'. Picture: Instagram

MoStack finally returned to Instagram this week, however his latest video shows him being bundled to the floor as his new music is 'stolen'.

Fans have been eagerly anticipating new music from MoStack for a while now and the 'What I Wanna' rapper finally returned to Instagram this week - but his latest video saw him being 'robbed' for his new song.

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MoStack was showcasing his new song 'Teach You Gangsta' with a group of guys in a car park, but the collective quickly turned on him and threw him to the ground before stealing his phone and threatening to leak his brand new songs.

After turning and grabbing MoStack's phone, one member of the group shouts, "We're leaking that s**t on Thursday" before the video ends, however the whole thing is simply a cheeky bit of promo for his latest release.

The caption on the Instagram video apparently posted by MoStack's 'attackers' said, 'JUST ROBBED MOSTACK.. WE GONNA RELEASE HIS S**T ON THURSDAY'.

Shortly after the video was posted, MoStack took to Twitter to confirm that new music was coming this week and apologised to fans for making them wait, saying 'New music this week!! Sorry for the wait.'

MoStack confirmed that his new song 'Teach You Gangsta' will be released this Thursday
MoStack confirmed that his new song 'Teach You Gangsta' will be released this Thursday. Picture: Twitter

Fans were hugely positive about MoStack's upcoming music with one writing, 'The best success comes with time and patience' whilst another added, 'Bro, I'm looking forward to it and I know yr going to smash it'.

MoStack's reputation in the UK music scene has gone from strength to strength over the last couple of years and after dropping a solid mixtape in 2016 ('High Street Kid') and enjoying success with songs like 'What I Wanna', he appears set to end 2018 on a real high.

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