Upcoming Dancehall Artiste “Rhonda” Shot Dead In Hanover
A promising young female artiste Ronda; was gunned down along Zion Road in Hopewell,Hanover, late Friday evening.
Dead is 26-year-old Ronda Morris, or she was popularly known as “Rhonda” of Camp Road in Hopewell. Ronda was a promising talent on the rise, gaining increasing popularity over the last few months, especially since the sadly ironic studio effort “Protect Me” produced by Garrison Entertainment.
Reports are that about 9:15 Friday evening Morris left her home to visit someone at Zion Road. Its alleged, that she was standing at a section of the roadway when residents heard explosions and went to investigate. Morris was found lying in a pool of blood, with gunshot wounds to the head. 10 tips to learn any language from a genius who speaks 9Babbel
She died leaving behind four children, the youngest of which is only 7 months old. The police are still investigating the matter.
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