Lisa Wilkinson pictured smiling with OneFour rap group, YP, Spenny and Jemz


Lisa Wilkinson is pictured smiling with a criminal rapper who was jailed in 2019 after brutally bashing a stranger in a pokie room

  • Lisa Wilkinson pictured smiling with notorious OneFour rappers, including YP
  • YP was jailed in 2019 for bashing a stranger in a western Sydney pokie room 
  • The OneFour rap group has been banned from performing since 2019 

Australian television presenter Lisa Wilkinson has been pictured posing with a notorious OneFour rapper who bashed a stranger with a chair leg in a pokie room.

The photo was uploaded to Instagram by OneFour on Tuesday night, and shows Wilkinson smiling with rappers Spencer Magologo, Salec Sua and Jerome Misa, after she interviewed the rap group.

Misa, who goes by the rapping name YP, was jailed in 2019 over a brutal pokie room bashing.

Details of the horrific incident were uncovered in court at the time, with Misa and former OneFour member Dahcell Ramos brutally assaulting three men at the Carousel Inn in Rooty Hill leaving one so severely beaten that he was left unconscious on the floor and covered in blood.

The Sydney District Court heard Misa pulled a chair leg out from under his clothes and hit one of the men, Anthony Hayward, twice in the back of the head.

In December last year, Misa was released from prison after serving two years behind bars for reckless grievous bodily harm.

OneFour rappers Spenny - Spencer Magologo (left) , Jemz - Jerome Misa (centre) and YP - Pio Misa (right) pictured with Lisa Wilkinson (back centre)

OneFour rappers Spenny – Spencer Magologo (left) , Jemz – Jerome Misa (centre) and YP – Pio Misa (right) pictured with Lisa Wilkinson (back centre)

OneFour rapper YP was jailed in 2019 over a pokie room bashing at Carousel Inn, Rooty Hill along with former member Dahcell Ramos

OneFour rapper YP was jailed in 2019 over a pokie room bashing at Carousel Inn, Rooty Hill along with former member Dahcell Ramos

Former OneFour member Ramos, who goes by the rap name Celly, was jailed for 10 years over his involvement in the bashing. 

Rapper Jemz who was also pictured with the popular TV host has been is also no stranger to the inside of a court room and has previously faced charges of fooling around with replica guns and a separate incident of drug supply. 

The picture which was shared to OneFour’s Instagram comes ahead of a story about the Group on The Project.

A Channel 10 spokesperson said in a statement to The Daily Mail, ‘Lisa met with OneFour for an upcoming story on The Project.’ 

The drill rappers continue to make headlines, last month going up on stage to perform with the world renowned The Kid Laroi.

The singer asked the group on stage with him after they have been unable to perform since 2019 when police shut down their concerts.

Drill rap is a genre which is often defined by themes of violence, killing, and death.

The controversial music style has come under fire around the world as authorities in both the US and UK call for it to be banned amid fears it incites violence.

Since his release from jail in December, YP has released his debut solo single titled 'Out of Sight' which details what he learnt in his time behind bars

Since his release from jail in December, YP has released his debut solo single titled ‘Out of Sight’ which details what he learnt in his time behind bars

The OneFour rap group have been banned from performing since 2019 but recently got on stage to perform with world renowned artist The Kid Laroi last month

The OneFour rap group have been banned from performing since 2019 but recently got on stage to perform with world renowned artist The Kid Laroi last month

Since his release from custody, YP has come out with a debut solo single ‘Out of Sight’, a much softer song than what the group usually produces, which details his time behind bars and what he has learnt.

The piece features emotive lyrics, such as; ‘I don’t understand why grown men don’t cry, that’s a damn lie’ and ’23 hours in a cell, one hour yard time, that s*** gave me plenty time to reflect’.

Another part of the song says, ‘I ain’t given you my time. If you weren’t back there when I was doing time, then I’m leaving you behind.

‘I know how it gets with these snakes, saying it’s a hunnid, then once you’re out of sight, you’re out of mind.’

Lisa Wilkinson is forced to APOLOGISE to former federal MP admitting a tweet she made after he was falsely accused of taking an inappropriate photo of a woman 

Lisa Wilkinson has apologised to ex-MP Andrew Laming for a tweet she made after he was accused of taking an inappropriate photo of a woman.

The former Queensland MP was accused of taking a photo of a woman who accidentally showed her underwear while bending over to fill a fridge in 2019.

Crystal White said the photo was ‘really inappropriate’ because she had been bending over, however Dr Laming insisted the snap was ‘completely dignified’.

Lisa Wilkinson (pictured in Sydney in June) has apologised to ex-senator Andrew Laming for a tweet she made after he was accused of taking an inappropriate photo of a woman

Lisa Wilkinson (pictured in Sydney in June) has apologised to ex-senator Andrew Laming for a tweet she made after he was accused of taking an inappropriate photo of a woman

Wilkinson on Sunday apologised for a tweet she made back in March, 2021 (pictured)

Wilkinson on Sunday apologised for a tweet she made back in March, 2021 (pictured)

Queensland Police found ‘no evidence to indicate a criminal offence’.

Wilkinson on Sunday apologised for a tweet she made back in March, 2021.

‘In March 2021, I published a tweet about Andrew Laming. I now accept that the claim made about Dr Laming in that tweet was false and defamatory,’ she wrote.

‘I unconditionally withdraw that claim and apologise to Dr Laming for any hurt and offence caused to him by reason of my conduct.’

Dr Laming said he felt relieved by Wilkinson’s apology but said he wouldn’t be satisfied until the ‘original publisher’ follows suit.

‘I won’t be truly vindicated until the original publisher of the false allegations takes responsibility or is otherwise held in court,’ he told news.com.au.

The former Liberal National Party backbencher is suing Nine Media for defamation, with the hearing scheduled for the Federal Court in October.

Dr Laming (pictured in May, 2021) said he felt relieved by Wilkinson's apology but said he wouldn't be satisfied until the 'original publisher' follows suit

Dr Laming (pictured in May, 2021) said he felt relieved by Wilkinson’s apology but said he wouldn’t be satisfied until the ‘original publisher’ follows suit

'In March 2021, I published a tweet about Andrew Laming. I now accept that the claim made about Dr Laming in that tweet was false and defamatory,' Wilkinson tweeted on Sunday

‘In March 2021, I published a tweet about Andrew Laming. I now accept that the claim made about Dr Laming in that tweet was false and defamatory,’ Wilkinson tweeted on Sunday

In March of 2019, Dr Laming said he would be stepping down from all parliamentary roles to undergo counselling after allegations of harassment were aired.

‘I will step down from all parliamentary roles effective immediately and complete both the counselling courses I committed to; as well as additional clinical counselling, and ask for privacy while that is completed,’ the statement read.

He has since been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and says daily medication has improved his life.

The former MP said that his diagnosis ‘wasn’t an excuse’ for his actions but that his diagnosis has improved his relationship with his children.

Dr Laming decided to take legal action against the network after Queensland Police found ‘no evidence to indicate a criminal offence’.

Ms White, a Brisbane mother, told Nine News the photo taken of her by Dr Laming was ‘really inappropriate’ because she had been bending over.

She had been placing drinks into a fridge at a landscape supply business.

Dr Laming said the photo simply showed ‘someone trying to fit an impossible amount of stock into a fridge’ and offered to delete it.

Separately, the ex-senator has admitted to trolling two women on social media – with one constituent saying it left her on the brink of suicide.

Separately, Dr Laming (pictured) has admitted to trolling two women on social media - with one constituent saying it left her on the brink of suicide

Separately, Dr Laming (pictured) has admitted to trolling two women on social media – with one constituent saying it left her on the brink of suicide

Dr Laming apologised to both women in writing and during a speech to parliament after being hauled into the former Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s office.

‘His comments were not acceptable to both women and also to the Prime Minister,’ a spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office said.

‘Every Australian has the right to feel safe online and Mr Laming has made a commitment to change his online communication practices.’

Dr Laming in March, 2021 said he acknowledged his comments about Brisbane women Alix Russo and Sheena Hewlett left them suffering considerable distress.

‘I want to express my regret and deep apologies for the hurt and the distress that communication may have caused,’ Dr Laming said.

‘I want to retract those comments and issue a public unreserved apology.’

In one Facebook post, Dr Laming accused Ms Russo, a single mother, of misappropriating funds at a homeless charity.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Dr Laming for comment.

 

 

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