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Two of Spain’s most notorious rappers may end up in jail for allegedly ‘insulting the king’
José “Valtonyc” Miguel Arenas and Pablo “Pablo Hasel” Rivadulla performed what could be one of their last performances on March 3 as the two face jail time over their lyrics.
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