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CAPLETON NEWS: Capleton drops off hole in stage and cracks ribs in Europe

CAPLETON NEWS: Capleton drops off hole in stage and cracks ribs in Europe Featured

Entertainment News Written by  Wednesday, 23 November 2016 16:38 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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  The reggae world got a bit of a shock when energetic entertainer, Capleton, known as the “king of fire” was hospitalized after falling through a stage during a performance in Europe last Friday.

 

The 'Music is a Mission' deejay was hospitalised after he fell through a hole in the stage during a performance in France on Friday, cracking two of his ribs.

A source close to the deejay's management and booking team told one876entertainment.com that the dancehall deejay is said to have suffered two broken ribs after x-rays were performed but was "in good spirits" and vowed to continue the tour.

 

Capleton has since been treated and released from hospital and is said to be recuperating in a hotel.

 

Despite being injured, Capleton says he will honour his prior obligations.

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