Professional football player, rapper and fugitive. Quincy Promes is it all these days. The Dutchman is currently still playing his matches in Russia, while the Public Prosecution Service (OM) wants to try him for his involvement in drug trafficking and the widely publicized stabbing incident.
Promes feels intangible in Russia
Footballer and rapper Promes started his football career at Ajax Amsterdam, but then played at clubs such as FC Twente, Sevilla FC and he is currently on the payroll of Spartak Moscow, where he was voted best footballer of the year last year. In addition to his club career, Promes also has an impressive international career with the Dutch national team.
While Promes no doubt wants us to talk about his rap or football prowess, we need to talk about the elephant in the room first. The Dutchman is accused of a number of serious criminal offenses. On June 5, the judge expects him in Amsterdam in the case in which he is suspected of stabbing his cousin. In 2020, he allegedly stabbed him in the knee with a knife during a celebratory affair. The OM has demanded two years in prison against the 50-time Orange international.
By means of telephone taps, in which Promes denied himself, the Public Prosecution Service was able to start a case, but at the request of the lawyers, the court will now examine whether those taps are lawful in the assault case. His name is also mentioned in a drug investigation.
To date, Promes has not attended any hearing. He is not leaving Russia under any circumstances, probably because he fears being arrested. Despite all allegations, some Orange internationals continue to support him, including Memphis Depay.
Lamborghini Urus by Quincy Promes
We’ll be watching the process closely, but in the meantime, we’d like to talk about his love of cars. Quincy Promes has had several vehicles at his disposal, but the crown jewel of his collection is without a doubt his Lamborghini Urus (2019), the Italian car manufacturer’s best-selling model, with a high-gloss finish.
Less than 150 of this model have a Dutch registration. His copy is powered by a 4.8-liter V8 engine with 651 hp. From standstill, his SUV accelerates to 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds, while the top speed is 305 km/h. What does the joke cost? He paid € 323,181 for it at the time. See photos of the powerful Italian-made SUV below.
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