A DRUG dealer who was sentenced to 10 years in jail filmed himself making “stabbing motions” before causing a near fatal stab wound to another person.

Kaan Cicek, 18, of Walthamstow, London, appeared at Winchester Crown Court over the past week for sentencing after he was found guilty of two counts of wounding and one count of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.

The 18-year-old was sentenced today, along with other members of the DM Crew, who played their role in a conspiracy to supply Class A drugs in Basingstoke and Tadley between March 2017 and July 2018.

Cicek, nicknamed 'Caps', was seen as a ‘foot-solider’ of the crew in running the drugs around Basingstoke.

The court heard how the teenager would post various videos and pictures of himself boasting about his antics and, in the video shown above, rapping along to “drill” music while “waving around his flick knife.”

On October 12, 2017, Cicek was involved in a dispute over drugs money owed to the gang from two well-known drug addicts in the Basingstoke area.

Cicek, along with another man, went to Tiverton Road, Winklebury, at around 11.20pm to meet with the brothers and took a knife.

The court heard how one of the brothers feared for their safety calling the police saying they were “scared s***less” that they would be stabbed.

In sentencing today, Judge Richard Parkes QC said: “One of the men stabbed could have died from his injuries which included lacerations to his liver. Luckily though, both survived.”

Judge Parkes said he believed Cicek to have a "serious and dangerous interest in knives" and his actions in the video showed his pride in having the weapon and in "vile gang culture".

Cieck was sentenced to a total of 10 years in custody and an additional three years on licence once he has served his custodial sentence. These were for of two counts of wounding and one count of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.