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RAS MYRHDAK THREATENED BY THUGS AFTER IRIE FM'S THE BUZZ INTERVIEW Featured

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St. Ann based deejay Ras Myrhdak has made an official report to the Constant Spring police after he got a series of threatening calls from thugs declaring that he "had dissed we general". The calls came in a flurry after the artiste made an appearance on IRIE FM's The Buzz last Wednesday where he made disparaging remarks about fellow reggae singer Tarrus Riley.
 
"Many people in the music fraternity have been calling me, and I am in fear of my life. I have to work in Kingston, and the constant phone calls shows that these people are serious. I heard that they even called around by David House and they told me that I am not there and other people have been saying
that some man ah drive round wid AK ah look fi me. Even while I was making the police report, they called and I put them on speaker phone and dem say "hey bwoy, why yu nuh come a town so we can hold yu?". So it serious, ah the same ting mi talk bout inna my song, how music get so corrupt and wicked?" Ras Myrhdak told one876entertainment.com 

 

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