Dancehall artiste Gaza Maxwell died on Monday September 25, 2017, after being stabbed by an unidentified male in a studio in Springfield, St Thomas.
The former Portmore Empire artist was attacked by another man inside 180 Caliba studio in Springfield, St Thomas. He was stabbed in the chest and rushed to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. Police officers did not release a motive for the killing but said that they are actively investigating the incident as a homicide.
After Vybz Kartel disbanded Portmore Empire in 2012, Gaza Maxwell found a new home at 180 Caliba Productions where he signed a deal with the label headed by Capone.
The dancehall star is known for songs like “Miss You” a song produced by NotNice and another single with Kartel titled “Bun Fi Bun.” Sources told us that the incarcerated deejay was informed about the killing and is upset about it.
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