Rapper who filmed ‘London terror attack’ used it to promote his mixtape

Big Tobz told people it was a video of the attacker, but it was actually a link to his new single

The grime artist who filmed the horrific scenes in the Leytonstone terror attack stabbing has been using his new fame to promote his mixtape.

Big Tobz was at the underground station when a man was stabbed in a suspected terrorist attack on Saturday and filmed the aftermath.

But the 25-year-old rapper, whose real name is James Aiyeola, started using the chaos to create hype for his new single on Twitter.

After the incident, Big Tobz tweeted two videos named “Part 1” and “Part 2” which contained footage of the attacks.

But when he posted a “Part 3” video, it turned out to be a link to his song “Uno my Style”.