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Who bought the Famous nightclub?

Saturday, 07 May 2016 07:56 Written by
Who bought the Famous nightclub? Josef Bogdanovich is keeping a tight lid on who the new owners are. In an interview with one876, he disclosed: "the Famous nightclub was sold so long ago, I don't even remember who the owners are right now."  

Popcaan abused by cops after defending fan

Tuesday, 03 May 2016 10:49 Written by
Controversial dancehall entertainer Popcaan has been arrested in Antigua and Barbuda and is to be charged with resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer during an incident that happened during the island's Labour Day celebrations.    Charges will be laid against the Jamaican entertainer shortly.

Vybz Kartel released a hot new single "When I Look At You," featured on the same beat as Justin Bieber's Dancehall-inspired "Sorry."

Reggae-dancehall fans have been raving about the new single, 'Rumours' by talented artiste, Kabbalist which has been blowing up FM radio for the last two weeks.   

Dancehall artiste Sol has been threatened by thugs over his breakout Weatherman song. A video surfaced on the Internet showing the men torching his CDs and swearing loudly and accusing Sol of stealing their concept.

One876entertainment understands that it was a juror who was involved in the Vybz Kartel trial years ago is the man who has been implicated as the one who bit off a school principal's penis after a violent argument. 

Ever since Entertainment Report did a feature on fast-rising new act Noface Unknown, the artiste street creed has shot through the roof. The artiste's breakout 'Tank Up' single has been blowing up the airwaves and his video has been in heavy rotation on a number of video channels. 

Why was Popcaan kicked off 'Controlla', a song by Drake which had been leaked earlier this month WITH Popcaan's verse on it? The album version features a sample of Beenie Man's 'Tear off the Garment'  with Beenie tagging the song's outro, but no Popcaan. 

The government should donate the 33,000 pairs of imitation shoes to the poor and needy. The Counter-Terrorism and Organised Crime (C-TOC) Division of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said it will be destroying 33,000 pairs of imitation brand footwear publicly to send a message to bootleggers. 

    How dem man ya so wicked? Mi did think say him woulda find the gramazone first after him kill him little daughter. But see it de, God nah sleep, the fucker dead now, one bullet wound to the head, dem find the fassy inna him yard bout 9 p.m, a few hours after him escape from the police. 

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