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Heavy D and Tommy Lee part ways

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  Well known artiste manager Junior 'Heavy D' Fraser has reached a mutual agreement to part ways with former Gaza artiste Tommy Lee over the artiste's continuous legal troubles.  

Efforts to get a comment from Tommy Lee Sparta proved futile. This is the second high-profile artiste to part ways with Heavy D, as he severed ties with Gully Bop amid much brouhaha and name calling several weeks ago. 

Tommy Lee has been embroiled in several controversies over the past two years. In February 2014, Tommy Lee Sparta, whose given name is Leroy Russell, was arrested for suspected breaches of the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transaction) (Special Provisions) Act, 2013.

Since this year, his problems have been exacerbated as it appears he has been  barred from performing at several other shows in Westmoreland, Hanover and Montego Bay because of suspected gang involvement. 

Hailing from the community of Flanker in Montego Bay, St James, Tommy Lee Sparta appeared on the music scene in 2011.

He is known for songs including Warn Dem, Grave Yard, Uncle Demon, Nuh Fear Dem, Daddy Devil and Psycho.

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