A RAPPER featured in a controversial music video partly shot in a Bradford secondary school has responded to media coverage in an X-rated video dedicated to the T&A.

Earlier this week the video for the song Regular, by 8Nights, caused a stir when parents and pupils at Appleton Academy recognised one of the school's classrooms as the backdrop to scenes featuring drink and drugs.

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The school has condemned the video, which it says was produced without its knowledge and without any involvement from any of its students. Facilities management firm SLS, which lets out the school's facilities outside of school hours, said the room was booked for a "university project" and the filming of the video had breached its terms and conditions.

The video now appears to have been taken down from YouTube.

Yesterday the T&A approached Blazer Boccle, a Bradford-based rapper who guest starred on the track, inviting him to respond to the story, and he has now done so - in an X-rated freestyle rap posted to his YouTube channel in which he calls the outcry a "free promo".

The video, filmed in what appears to be someone's living room, sees Boccle flanked by two associates - one in a white beanie hat and a second in a white balaclava and sunglasses.

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"Shout-out to the T&A, Telegraph & Argus - this is what a real spliff looks like," Blazer says, contrasting a giant prop seen in the earlier video with what he is smoking here.

"They say drugs are for mugs, mugs are for tea, I like tea so drugs are for me," he begins, before launching into 2 minutes of increasingly explicit rhymes over a sparse electronic beat.

"T&A, my guys - free promo, me love it," he concludes.

The entire video is embedded below, but be warned that it contains extremely offensive language.

CONTENT WARNING: Video contains extremely strong language that readers may find offensive