Barrington Levy SHOT!!!!

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Reggae star Barrington Levy is reportedly at home recovering from a gunshot wound he received in accidental shooting at his James Hill home on Tuesday evening.


"After being shot, Barrington was a little shook up, but he is now OK, and holding it together. He almost lost his life, but the bullet ricocheted off a wall and slashed his skin, so he had to get stitches and get patched up. I had just got off phone discussing Virus, a new record Platinum Camp is putting out, plans for a video shoot on June 9th, when I got another call from his next of kin screaming and crying, and I kinda freaked out because we had just got off the phone," Mr. Biggs, Levy's business partner and booking agent, and chief  executive officer of Platinum Camp, told ONE876 EDITOR Claude Mills.


"When I finally got him on the phone, Levy said he had a burning sensation in his back, I had been shot before so I was familiar with that, so I asked his babymother to rush him to the hospital. But upon close inspection, the bullet had not penetrate his skin, so she used peroxide to wash off and he went to a private hospital in Mandeville for x rays and where he got patched up," Mr. Biggs said. 


Checks with the Frankfield police station, which is at least a ten-minute drive from James Hill in Clarendon, turned up no additional information as no report had been made to the station regarding the shooting. 


Efforts to get a comment from the entertainer himself were futile but he posted on his Instagram page yesterday as rumours spread that he had been shot. 


"Yes, my people, one more time. I just wanna say blessed evening or night or day. I just want to say to you it's a shame how you can be here today and gone tomorrow. I want to share this with you. I accidentally get shot last night (Tuesday) in my back. We're here and we're saying give thanks for life because we don't know when anything can happen, in a minute, in a second. I'm thanking the Almighty God that I'm still here, still pushing the virus and we need to still push the love virus around the world. Blessed love, Barrington Levy say up and ya'll take care of yourselves and be safe."


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