A vulgar drill video made in the British War Grave by an Italian rapper has caused disgust and anger just days before Remembrance Sunday.

  • Matteo Messore has provoked outrage by a crude rap video in an army cemetery 
  • 22-year-old Rapper shared an offensive video just days before Remembrance Sunday
  • Matteo is seen dancing and vaping while leaning against the graves of British soldiers.

After making a vulgar video of himself rapping in a war cemetery, an Italian rapper caused outrage.

Matteo Messore (22 years old) shared this video via his Youtube channel. It showed him sitting on gravestones of Second World War soldiers.

According to The Sun, the one-and-a-half minute video features vulgar lyrics about Queen. It was posted just days prior to Remembrance Sunday.

The newspaper reports that the video was filmed in a Commonwealth War Graves cemetery near Cassino in southern Italy.

The site commemorates over 4,000 Commonwealth servicemen who took part in the Battle of Monte Cassino as part of the  Italian campaign of the Second World War.

Italian rapper Mex the King, real name Matteo Messore has sparked outrage after he filmed a drill rap video in an Italian war cemetery (pictured) where he raps vile lyrics about the Queen

Italian rapper Mex the Kings, also known by Matteo Messore was slammed after filming an Italian drill rap video (pictured) in which he uses vile lyrics to describe the Queen

Mex films himself making a throat slitting gesture while draped over British soldiers' graves

Mex makes a video of himself doing a throat-slitting gesture as he drapes over the graves of British soldiers.

Allied soldiers fought a 5-month-long battle to capture a German monastery. More than 55,000 people died in the fight.

This clip is more than 2000 views. Messore dances and can be seen smoking in front of graves of war heroes.

The 22-year-old is filmed making a throat-slit gesture while leaning of the graves of Cpl Leslie Bulmer and Pte Evan David Stephens.

Two soldiers died while serving in Queen’s Own Royal West Kent regiment.

 The video has sparked outrage among the military community, with personnel condemning it as ‘highly offensive’.

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission stated to the Sun that they did not consider the clip to be respectful of the remains of the war dead buried at this historical site. Accordingly to them, they have reported it to the authorities who requested that all video platforms are removed.

Mex the King (pictured) is filmed vaping and dancing in front of grave stones of soldiers

Mex, the King (pictured), is captured vaping in front of soldiers’ gravestones.

The video was branded 'highly offensive' while Matteo says he doesn't understand the problem

Matteo claims he does not understand the problem and that the video was labeled ‘highly offensive.

The Battle of Monte Cassino (pictured) was a costly series of assaults which lasted five months by the Allies in Italy held by Axis forces during the Italian Campaign of the Second World War

Pictured: The Battle of Monte Cassino was five-month long series of costly assaults by Allies in Italy against Axis forces. It occurred during the Second World War’s Italian Campaign.

“These are people who died for our country. We can only show them the respect that they merit.”

Italian police have taken up the case. 

Ex-army Chief General Lord Dannatt, however, slammed the move as ‘highly offensive’. The British Legion agreed that graves and memorials of war should be given the highest respect.

Matteo (also known as “Mex the King”) told the Sun that he didn’t understand the problem. There are many kids who go into the bar to have a beer or smoke a joint.

“I made a drill video, and I thought this location was great.

“Even if she said sorry, I doubt that she will hear me. I was not a thorn in the side of the dead.