J Hus Will Go to Trial to Face Knife Charge

The trial date is December 10.

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J Hus will be going to trial on December 10 in London after denying possession of a knife in a public place, The Guardian reports. He will attend a pre-trial review on November 15. Hus, who won best song at the Mobo awards last year, pleaded not guilty last Friday (July 20) in court.

Born Momodou Jallow, he was arrested in Stratford, east London, on June 21 on suspicion of being in possession of a knife or bladed article. The 23-year-old was later released on bail. Hus shared a message on Instagram that he is expecting to receive some jail time.

Back in May, J Hus released Big Spang EP, his newest project so far.

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