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Tommy Lee Sparta to rub three years in prison

Dancehall artiste Tommy Lee Sparta pleaded guilty Wednesday to illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition and was sentenced to three years in prison. The ‘Blessings’ artiste appeared before the High Court Division of the Gun Court and was represented by Queens Counsel Tom Tavares Finson and Donahue Martin. He received a three-year sentence for […]

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Shabba Ranks mourns the death of ‘Mama Christie’

CLAUDE MILLS/STAFF REPORTER Multi-Grammy winning artiste Shabba Ranks is mourning the death of his mother, Constance Christie, aka ‘Mama Christie’. The hardworking mother of seven children was reportedly 81 years old. Word of her death spread like wildfire on social media. Several persons, include Dexta Daps, tweeted their condolences. Dexta Daps wrote to his 1 […]

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Jamaica. Death. No problem.

by CLAUDE MILLS Jamaicans always feign embarrassment and horror at the stunning level of violence that happens daily in the ‘Mad Island’. But people, I say to you, be ashamed no more! I say, let us celebrate our violence, embrace our cultural peculiarities and idiosyncracies, heck, let’s market it! Forget about bauxite, the haemorrhaging Business […]

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PM Andrew Holness to reopen the industry soon

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is to begin discussions on the reopening of the entertainment industry soon. The prime minister, during a virtual press conference from Jamaica House yesterday evening, said the Government will begin reviewing measures in relation to the sector at the next COVID-19 management meeting this Friday. Event promoters have suggested that the […]

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JCF says ‘Day of Mourning’; Tashina : Ghetto Lives Matter. Is she right?

Fast-rising dancehall singjay Tashina McKenzie is making an urgent call for Jamaicans to recognise that all lives matter, especially those from inner city communities. “I do recognise that today is a day of mourning for the police and my condolences go out to the families. It is really sad that the people who protect us […]

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