The artiste’s manager, Junior ‘Heavy D’ Fraser said that he will be doing so later this week.
“I don’t know why all of a sudden the police want to question him. I think it is because he made a public statement that he plans to sue for loss of earnings why they are trying to victimise him. He has retained a lawyer to represent him,” Heavy D said.
Senior superintendent of police (SSP) in charge of the St James Division, Steve McGregor said that the artiste is currently restricted from performing in the Area One Division, which comprises St James, Trelawny, Westmoreland and Hanover.
“That entertainer’s name is linked to the ongoing violence in Flanker and I personally warned him that he is not to perform in the division. It is unsafe to him and for the patrons. As a matter of fact, he is to come in to the station and be interviewed by the police in relation to the violence,” the senior officer said.
SSP McGregor explained, “There are two gangs in Flanker that are at each other: the Sparta and the Rebel Gang. It’s serious, because eight people have been murdered and numerous shootings have occurred relative to that issue. We told him that it is very dangerous to him to be anywhere in Area One.”