Crocodile of Wall Street hilariously bad raps granted bail at $3m

It appears the self-proclaimed 'Crocodile of Wall Street', Heather Rhiannon Morgan, 31, who was granted $3million bail on Wednesday, led a second life a hipster New York rapper who performs under the street name Razzlekhan.

In a series of cringey videos posted to YouTube, the wannabe performer can be seen walking around Wall Street while reciting lyrics such as: 'I'm many things, a rapper, an economist, a journalist, a writer, a CEO, and a dirty, dirty, dirty dirty h*'. 

Morgan's music videos, including the 2019 single Versace Bedouin, are all on her YouTube page together with various unboxing videos. The page has been made private since her arrest.

She and her husband Ilya '' Lichtenstein, 34, who had bail set at $5million were both arrested for allegedly laundering $4.5billion in  stolen in the 2016 Bitfinex exchange hack. 

The pair were arrested on Tuesday in Manhattan on federal charges of conspiracy to commit money laundering and conspiracy to defraud the United States. 

But when Morgan wasn't allegedly shifting around billions of dollars in the world of cryptocurrency, she was taking to the mic and shooting rap videos. 

One website which decided to wade through all of the footage suggested 'Laundering billions in Bitcoin may not even be the worst crime of her life.' 

'When she's not reverse-engineering black markets to think of better ways to combat fraud and cybercrime, she enjoys rapping and designing streetwear fashion,' her  states. 

Photos of self proclaimed 'Crocodile of Wall Street' Heather Morgan who was arrested in New York over an alleged Bitcoin hack. Photos of Morgan were taken in June 2020

Heather Morgan, 31, who calls herself the 'Crocodile of Wall Street' (hence the croc picturedin her hand) also spends time creating low-budget rap videos and posing for quirky photoshoots 

Morgan was arrested on Tuesday in Manhattan, together with her husband, on federal charges of conspiracy to commit money laundering and conspiracy to defraud the United States