Deju Vu Records Producers beaten in Barbados

by DRW

Deju Vu Records

Deju Vu Records

Dancehall Reggae producers of Deju Vu Records beaten and detained in Barbados.

Members Jermaine Blake, Shevene Edwards and Andre Davis said that they are now filing charges because their human rights
were violated.

The producers said they were rounded and ruff up by Barbados Immigration officials and the Barbados police.

In an interview on local radio Jermaine Blake said they were crammed into a filthy cell without food or Water.

The incident reportedly took place place on March 20, 2011.

The Deja Vu Records producers are still unaware as to why they were denied entry into the country.

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