A member of garage act So Solid Crew has asked the British Government's legal chief the ATTORNEY GENERAL to investigate Home Secretary DAVID BLUNKETT after he claimed rap music was to blame for high crime rates.

So Solid's SHANE NEIL, 24 - known as KAISH - spent four months on remand on drug and gun charges before the case against him was dropped against him in June (03) - and was furious upon his release at the authorities for bringing the charges.

The 21 SECONDS star was particularly angry at comments made at the time of his arrest by the high-ranking politician which linked gangsta rap to crime, and has now asked the Attorney General LORD GOLDSMITH to investigate Blunkett for possible contempt of court.

09/09/2003 14:08