Scribe says "pigs" will "get what's coming"

Rapper Scribe has hinted at civil action against the police in his running battle over drug and weapon charges.

The Kiwi music icon currently faces three charges from April 2 this year and also three charges of failing to answer bail, after missing court appearances.

In August, Canterbury police posted a wanted picture of Scribe - real name Malo Luafutu - on their Facebook page. He finally appeared in the Christchurch District Court on September 8 to plead not guilty to all charges.

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But on Sunday night, the avid social media user posted photos of his children on Instagram, with a chilling message for police.  

"Daddy gon see u soon as these pigs get what's coming," he wrote.

A long list of hashtags included #civilsuitpending #serveandprotectdeeznuts #gosolvesomerealcrime #gocatchsomerapistsandmurderers and #lawabidingcitizen.

Scribe first rose to prominence with his singles 'Stand Up' and 'Not Many' 1from his 2003 album The Crusader.   

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