Dancehall and Reggae Music Celebs weigh in on Vybz Kartel's Case
With the days winding down until a verdict is announced in the Vybz Kartel murder trial, fans and supporters of the embattled deejay are eagerly awaiting to hear what his fate will be.
Several artistes and selectors have also weighed in on whether they believe the self- proclaimed 'World Boss' will be freed, based on the evidence submitted during the trial.RVSSIAN
(Producer): "Yes, I think he will be freed. If it goes by justice, then we can see where the evidence presented was weak and was tampered with."DANIELLE, aka DI
(Artiste): "At the end of the day, Kartel is one of the greatest entertainers that Jamaica has ever seen and probably will ever see. It's left up to the judge, the jurors and to God. My prayers are with him right now and I hope that everything works out."KIPRICH
(Artiste): "Yea, I think dem a go free him. I heard that a whole heap a tampering gwaan wid di evidence and from dem ting deh happen, the jurors need to take those things into consideration."DENYQUE
(Artiste): "Yes, I think Vybz Kartel will be freed because the evidence appeared to be tampered with."FANTAN MOJAH
(Artiste:) "Dem fi give Vybz Kartel a chance. Him fi come a road. The system set up to break the ghetto yutes. Nuff trap set up out deh fi the yutes. Mi caan say whether him a go free or not, but I would like to see him freed."GAZA SLIM
(Artiste): "He will most definitely be freed. It's not what man says, it's what God says."BOOM BOOM
(Selector): "At the end of the day, they have some strong evidence against him but they also tampered with the evidence. Mi a wish fi him get freed and do road because mi nah wish bad fi nobody."PATRICK from TWIN OF TWINS
(Artiste): "This case is very unpredictable. Based on what I have seen and heard and based on the justice system in Jamaica, the case is very unpredictable."D'ANGEL
(Artiste): "Usually, I am not one to cast judgement because a man is innocent until proven guilty. Vybz Kartel and I did a hit song together, he is my co-worker so I'm wishing him all the best and hoping for the best in this situation."MR LEXX
(Artiste): "I haven't been following up on the trial everyday, but my prayers are with him and I hope he prevails."GAGE
(Artiste): "I think he will be freed. From the court point of view, dem nuh find the body yet. Whole heap a ups and downs inna the case plus the corruption of the police force, so mi feel like him a go free."
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