Alkaine and Kartel Videos Under Police Investigation
Police Commissioner George Quallo is reportedly seeking to investigate the content of Dancehall artiste Alkaline’s new music video for the single: “After All”.
Reports are that the Police Commissioner has called into question the visual content of the music video which includes, brazen gun-toting, ganja smoking individuals, cursing and an explicit sex scene with a woman dressed in police uniform.
The report added that also a cause for concern from the Commissioner is other individuals dressed in police uniforms and what appears to be a marked police vehicle.
According to the Jamaica Observer, “Commissioner Quallo has given specific instructions that those individuals dressed in police uniforms be found and statements taken immediately. He has also directed that the marked police vehicle be checked to see if it is indeed part of the official police fleet.”
Meanwhile, Dancehall Artiste Konshens has come to the defence of Alkaline and the accusations against him. Taking to Instagram, Konshens posted the headline seen in the Jamaica Observer and, in a very sarcastic tone, advised his fellow artistes to stop “acting in their videos that include guns or violence because “they” (singers and Dj’s ) are the cause of violence. Still sarcastic, he mentioned that violent and sexual videos are “only found on Youtube” and not on Television. He went on to say that it only seems to be a problem or a “mess” as the headline stated when it’s a “likkle yute from round deh suh”, but movie stars acting and gun toting is fine.
Konshens also questioned the validity of the story making front page news as is was plastered all over the front page of the Jamaica