The website of one of the biggest convicted murderers in Slovakia boasted a photo showing the well-known Slovak rapper Patrik Vrbovský and his friend, MMA fighter Attila Végh. “MMA fighter Attila Végh and rapper Rytmus posed for the most serious criminals in Leopold Prison,” it is written on Černák’s profile. Végh also praised his visit to the Leopold Prison in a video and mentioned that he has a lot of fans among the convicted murderers.
In addition to Cernak, there are other lifers in the photo. There is also a Rhythm Manager. Rhythm and Végh are laughed at, as if they were photographed with celebrities and not with the most serious criminals in Slovakia. However, the question is how an MMA fighter got into a strictly guarded prison, among lifers sentenced to life imprisonment.
Various events are organized in prisons from time to time, especially at Christmas or other holidays, but there are strict conditions. They can’t even bring things to make an image and sound, so it’s questionable how the photo was created and who published it.
Attila Végh is a well-known Slovak MMA wrestler. He was once trained by the now accused and detained Norbert Bödör, with whom he has known for many years. He is also a friend of another MMA fighter Matúš Mečár, who killed a 27-year-old woman at high speed in a pedestrian crossing in Nitra. Mečár only received a condition for her death. Végh made the most of himself in Slovakia through the Oktagon MMA organization and especially the Wrestling of the Century, where he played against Carlos “Terminator” Vémol.
Patrik “Rytmus” Vrbovský is a well-known Slovak rapper. He has been active on the hip-hop scene since 1992 and is the founder of the Kontrafakt group, which also includes Michal “Ego” Straka, with whom the case of the Piešťany CT-player is associated. Kontrafakt became popular especially with the first video clip for the single Dáva mi. Rytmus is also friends with Végh and supports him in matches.