​UK drill group 1011 can no longer make music without police permission

An ficial and unprecedented has barred five members the UK drill group from making music and writing lyrics that "encourage violence" without attaining permission from the police.

The criminal behavior order (CBO) for 1011, a gang based in Ladbroke Grove whose have racked up a total view count over 10 million, was ordered after police found the group on their way to attack a rival gang with machetes, baseball bats, and a knife. The group first claimed that the weapons were merely props for a music video but have since owned up to their planned attack - pleading guilty before today's court order.

As part the CBO, 1011 members Micah Bedeau, Jordean Bedeau, Yonas Girma, Isaac Marshall and Rhys Herbert must inform police 24 hours in advance publishing any videos online and are required to give a 48 hours warning the date and location any live performance.

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