Former ice addict and gangster who was mocked by 50 Cent for his VERY distinctive ‘notorious’ face tattoo has been convicted of bashing his girlfriend
- Puk Kireka was sentenced to six months of supervision after attacking his partner
- He slapped his girlfriend in the face, then fell to the floor and broke her nose
- Kireka’s tattoo was mocked by rapper 50 Cent after finding it hard to get a job
A former ice addict and gangster with the words ‘infamous’ inked on his face has been sentenced to six months of supervision after bashing his girlfriend.
Poutawa (Puk) Kireka, 32, hit his partner so hard in the face that she fell to the ground and her nose broke in Hastings, New Zealand in October last year.
The former gang member of the bastard Mobie who was mocked by rapper 50 Cent for his face tattoo had argued with his partner before the attack and was later arrested by the police.
Poutawa (Puk) Kireka, 32, hit his partner so hard in the face that she fell to the ground and her nose broke in Hastings, New Zealand in October last year
His partner had run away from him after they had a fight before Kireka caught up with her and attacked her.
Kireka pleaded a guilty indictment in December last year and appeared before the Hastings District Court for sentencing on Wednesday.
Judge Bridget Mackintosh acknowledges that the couple were busy solving their problems after the attack.
“You both worked hard to put it in perspective and to leave it behind,” she said, stuff reported.
Kireka made headlines last year after starting his own fundraising page and asked strangers to donate to his studies so he could find a job.
He was later hired to work as a personal trainer in a gym while continuing to study at the university.
Kireka had a fight with his partner before attacking her and was later arrested
The American rapper 50 Cent weighed in June on Kireka’s tattoo on Instagram and said: ‘What’s really going on man. I wonder why he can’t get a job. “
Kireka shot back to the rapper’s comments and invited him to come to New Zealand for a “chat.”
“Someone like him who calls me in his statuses, I feel a bit privileged,” Kireka said in video footage.
“But at the end of the day, if you have something to say, come by.”
On Wednesday, Judge Mackintosh said that Kireka distanced himself from his former gangster lifestyle.
‘Your employer talks a lot about you – you work through EIT [Eastern Institute of Technology] to get a good qualification and to ensure that you still have a connection through the Mongrel Mob, you slowly but surely distance yourself from that lifestyle – a deep involvement with the Mongrel Mob doesn’t lead to good results, “she said.
Kireka was also asked to attend a domestic violence program and a drug and alcohol program.
Kireka’s face tattoo with the words ‘infamous’ was mocked by rapper 50 Cent online