Blak Ryno Hospitalised, Speaks of Stabbing Pain


“Get well soon” is what fans of dancehall artiste Blak Ryno have been flooding his Instagram account with.


The former Portmore Empire member posted a picture on his Instgram account, where he is lying in what seems to be a hospital bed.

With one hand over his face, and the other on his chest, the image bore the caption:

“When that stabbing pain hits u around the heart area a nigga know cigarette is #f**%$#y.”

But while some are telling him to get well soon, others sought to offer him words of advice.

“Get well soon Ryno. Stop smoke dem cigarettes n make more music. Jah love,” one person said.

“Badmon Lowe de cancer stick dawg and drink some bitters,” another said.

One person commented on the various warnings that the artiste received.

“Jah kno mi artist! Look how long mi tell fi stop smoking cigarettes mon!!! Cho hope u get well soon,” the comment read.

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