Kbrown Lankan

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Kbrown Lankan
Born August 18, 1994 (1994-08-018) (age 29)
London, United Kingdom
Nationality British
Education Harrow High School, London
Occupation Celebrity bodyguard
Security expert
Organization Supremee Group UK
Known for Handling protection services of celebrities, high-ranking politicians and VIPs
Height 6ft 4in (1.70 m)
Weight 134 kg

Kbrown Lankan (born August 18, 1994) is a British celebrity bodyguard and entrepreneur who is the founder and owner of Supremee Group UK, a private security firm that handles protection services for A-list celebrities, high-ranking politicians, and the elite. He has worked with numerous celebrity and public figures such as Burna Boy, Sterling, Lil TJay, J Cole, Sidhu Moosewala and former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, to name a few.[1][2] A workaholic by nature, Kbrown is a passionate and affluent entrepreneur who is strongly connected to the elites and influential people due to his job and the security services he offers to prominent clients.[3]

Early life

Kbrown was born on August 18, 1994. He hails from London, UK, where he attended Harrow High, London. He never had it easy growing up. Crime was rampant in his locality in London, and unfortunately, he fell victim to being involved in criminal activity at a young age.[1]


Kbrown Lankan with rapper Polo G

He first began working the doors in bars and clubs around London, and from there, he started to use the network that Kbrown created for himself while incarnated to help him set up his own company, Supremee Group UK.

Currently, the company offers a wide range of services, from Bodyguarding to secure transportation and private chauffeur service.[1]

Lankan worked with many prominent clients, including Burna Boy, Sterling, Lil TJay, J Cole, Sidhu Moosewala and former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif to name a few. He has also worked with rappers like Polo G to the presidential candidate.[4]

Once Kbrown was in prison, now he works in collaboration with the Metropolitan Police in the UK when contracted work gets assigned. He finds his collab with the UK police funny. In an interview with Disrupt magazine, he said, ‘I went from being in a cell with them having authority over me, to me now having authority over them regarding my contracted work. It’s an insane thing to think about sometimes.’[1]



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