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VYBZ KARTEL NEWS: Authorities track down bullets and weapons in Vybz Kartel-Masicka video

VYBZ KARTEL NEWS: Authorities track down bullets and weapons in Vybz Kartel-Masicka video Featured

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Authorities have tracked down the armoured vehicle used in the popular music video for the Vybz Kartel-Masicka hit, 'Infrared', and are seeking to identify police personnel who may have made cameos in the video, and the source of the weaponry featured in the video.

 

The video came to the attention of the Jamaica Constabulary Force as well as the Firearms Licensing Authority (FLA) because of its storyline which featured bullets and high-powered weapons. The video features individuals, one dressed in a security guard's uniform in the process of planning what appears to be a robbery with others.

 

The video also features an armoured truck being robbed with a display of bullets and high-powered weapons, and a security guard being placed in the back of the vehicle, before returning to a beach scene with people having fun.

 

 

The FLA is particularly interested in the armoured truck, guns and bullets, and as such has launched an investigation from last Thursday into the matter. 

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