The shameless Albanian criminal who’s become famous boasting about owning UK drugs empire

The so-called Albanian ‘King of TikTok’, Aleks Visha, openly claims on social media to be operating a UK drug empire, an Express investigation has revealed.

A video, obtained by the Express, shows Aleks on an Instagram live stream boasting about the number of cannabis farms he has in Britain to other online celebrities from the Balkan nation.

“I don’t give a f**k if the movies, songs or comedy don’t take off. I don’t give a f**k at all you motherf**kers, I produce 1,200, 1,500 or 2,300 plants every two months,” the man with a social media following of well over half a million on Instagram and TikTok brags to the camera.

In other clips we found, Aleks calls his brother Dor to celebrate a ‘harvest’ of cannabis plants which has allegedly taken place in the UK. The pair laugh about putting beers in the fridge and going to Morrisons between sharing concerns about the drugs “losing their smell”.

As well as boasting about his drugs empire, the Express uncovered videos where Aleks has a virtual tour of a UK cannabis farm – a form of stunt we also found evidence his brother’s Dor’s Instagram account had participated in.

In 2022, the Daily Mail published stills from an Instagram live stream Aleks had allegedly recorded on a contraband mobile phone in Wandsworth Prison where the newspaper claimed the influencer told viewers he “hates Britain and its police”.

The Express can reveal that, despite bragging online about owning multiple cannabis farms, Aleks has been able to continue to travel to Britain, brazenly documenting these trips on his social media channels. Earlier this month he shared images from Leicester, London and Luton Airport.

Instagram and TikTok refused to comment on Aleks Visha’s actions and have not taken any visible action against his accounts since the Express contacted them.

We also shared the details we had uncovered with the National Crime Agency who responded by saying it “pursues and disrupts the organised crime groups presenting the greatest risk to the UK’s security and economy”.

“We work with partners in the UK and all around the world, including in Albania, to understand the threat, identify the most harmful suspects and networks, and ultimately protect the UK public from serious and organised crime,” a spokesperson added.

The Home Office did not comment on the Visha brothers specifically, but said in a general statement: “The UK and Albanian authorities have a close working partnership, and we take every opportunity to intercept criminals and speed up the removal of those with no legal right to be in the UK.”

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