Grime artist Solo 45 who held four women against their will and raped them has jail term increased by six – The Sun

A GRIME artist who held four women versus their will and consistently raped them has had his prison term increased by six years.

Solo 45, genuine name Andy Anokye, 33, was given 24 years at Bristol crown court last July.


Solo 45 has actually had his prison sentence increased by six years to 30Credit: 2016 Ollie Millington

The musician, who became part of the grime cumulative Boy Better Know, derived sexual satisfaction from abusing the women by water-boarding, interrogating, assaulting and raping them, the court heard.

He was condemned of 30 offenses of 21 rapes, 5 counts of unlawful imprisonment, 2 counts of attack by penetration and 2 of attack occasioning actual physical damage.

Judges ruled it had actually been “unduly lenient”.

The Attorney Generals Office referred it to the Court of Appeal, which upped it to 30 the other day.


Grime artist Solo 45, real name Andy Anokye, held four women versus their willCredit: Getty Images – Getty

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He declared the acts were part of consensual role play, or a video game he played called “Catch me, Rape me”, and said he informed women he would “terrorise” them.

Authorities began investigating Anokye, who is from London however had a harbourside house in Bristol, in 2017 after a woman complained she had been raped by him.

Victims thanked by authorities for offering evidence versus guilty Grime artist Solo 45

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