Rapper Bugzy Malone ‘hurt in horror bike crash with moving car’

Rapper Bugzy Malone has reportedly been injured in a motorcycle accident.

According to Grime site GRM Daily, which has over 500,000 followers on Facebook, the musician was hurt.

A message read: "Thoughts and prayers go out to Bugzy Malone who has been involved in a serious motorcycle accident."

It comes after videos circulated on social media claiming to show the star, real name Aaron Davis, 29, riding a motorcycle.

The man is seen riding a motorbike wearing a florescent coat at traffic lights before being approached by a group of fans in a moving car.

In a Snapchat video posted to Twitter, the man can be seen attempting to get away from the fans by edging forward.

Later in the clip as the group of lads film themselves speeding off, the man approaches them at speed before overtaking them and jolting out onto an empty roundabout.

Fans instantly flocked to social media after the video surfaced, with one saying: "Bugzy Malone?? Is he good?? Is he okay?"

While a second went on to tweet: "My prayers are with Bugzy Malone tonight."

Daily Star Online has approached Greater Manchester Police and the rapper's representatives for a response.

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Malone shot to fame in 2010 after releasing his debut mixtape, SwaggaMan.

He recently hit headlines after proposing to his girlfriend of nine years, with an enormous diamond rock.

Despite keeping his fianceé out of the limelight for the duration of their relationship, he announced the news on Instagram in December while on a romantic getaway in Paris.

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He said: "Because if you love her and she's a real one bend the f**king knee! Not much scares me but after 9 years its time and I swear I was shook she said yes.. Paris its been a pleasure…"

Daily Star Online has also approached North West Ambulance Service for a response.

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