Heather Morgan has released some of history’s most jaw-droppingly bad rap music under the name Razzlekhan. The rapper and her husband appear to be in a lot of trouble. Heather Morgan and her husband, Ilya Lichtenstein, were arrested in Manhattan on suspicion of attempting to launder $4.5 billion in stolen Bitcoin.
According to the federal criminal complaint, Lichtenstein-linked accounts allegedly hacked into a virtual currency exchange in 2016, initiating over 2,000 unauthorised transactions and stealing 119,754 Bitcoin. Razzlekhan and Lichtenstein allegedly laundered the funds later using a series of cryptocurrency wallets. It would have been worth about $71 million at the time of the theft, but due to BTC’s skyrocketing valuation, it could now be worth about $4.5 billion.
It’s unclear when the couple started dating, but they got engaged in 2019 and married the following year. While Lichtenstein has kept a low profile, Razzlekhan a self-described “Genghis Khan with more pizzazz,” according to her website has used her ill-gotten gains to fund awful rap music accompanied by bonkers music videos, while lecturing others on how they, too, can amass wealth.
Razzlekhan, who bills herself as a self-made tech CEO, has written over 55 articles for Forbes, including one in which she advises burnt-out CEOs to “try rapping.” She also contributed to Inc., writing articles such as “How I Flew to 13 Countries in First Class Without Buying Tickets,” according to The Daily Beast.
Surprisingly, she also hinted at the source of her wealth in her music, dedicating “Versace Bedouin” to “all the entrepreneurs and hackers.” But, if you weren’t one of her husband’s hacking victims, you probably won’t think that’s the worst part of the song. “I’d rather be taking a taxidermy class/ Prefer Vietnam over France,” she raps, sounding more like a tipsy acquaintance complaining about brunch than an MC. “Doing my jerkoff dance/ Looking Like a g*y male stripper/ But my synesthesia world is even trippier.”
Her syllables frequently fall just behind the beat, keeping time like a soiled wristwatch. Her rhyme schemes could only be described as rhymes; frequently, the vowels at the end of her lines wouldn’t recognise the next set of vowels if they met them in the street. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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