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  • MoBay taxi driver suspected of committing suicide

    A Montego Bay taxi driver was found dead Tuesday morning at his home in what St James police suspect to be a case of suicide.

    The deceased has been identified as 64-year-old Easton Grant of a Melvin Hall Avenue, Montego Bay, St James address.

    Reports are that early Tuesday morning, residents discovered Grant's body with a rope tied around his neck, hanging from a grill at the side of the house where he lived. 

    The incident has resulted in the termination of orientation proceedings at the nearby Corinaldi Primary School, along Corinaldi Avenue, in the resort city.

    The police and a large gathering of onlookers are currently on the scene.

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  • Nesbeth gets death threats

    Reggae artiste Nesbeth is said to have received death threats in the United Kingdom where he is now on a tour.

    According to Nesbeth’s publicist Raymond ‘Shadow’ Small, the threats are aimed at the artiste, his children and management.

    “I am very disturbed by the whole ordeal and extremely concerned for the safety and lives of my team and especially my children,” Nesbeth said in a media release issued today.

    The My Dream singer was reportedly sent the death threats via several voice notes to the phone of his U.K-based manager, Shanika Dobson.

    According to a media release, the persons sending the threats said “no matter where they are or try to go they are going to be killed”.

    Nesbeth was booked to perform at concerts in London, Birmingham and Luton. However, he did not perform at one of the shows due to what his management team describes as major contractual breaches.

    Nesbeth is slated to return to the Jamaica later this week for assignments in New York and Toronto Canada over the Labour Day weekend.


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  • Mama’s got you’: Juliet Cuthbert, baby Zara make Instagram debut together

    Just days after her husband LeVaugh Flynn introduced their daughter Zara to the world on Saturday, Juliet Cuthbert and the baby on Monday made their debut on camera.

    In a photo posted to her Instagram page under an hour ago, Cuthbert-Flynn a government MP and Olympian added the caption “Black woman and child”.

    Many Jamaicans expressed their admiration for the image, with some taking note of what seems to be captioned homage to Sizzla Kolonji’s iconic song of the same name in the late 1990s.

    Zara was born on Emancipation Day, Monday, August 1.

    In the photo, Zara can be seen resting peacefully on her mother’s shoulder, while she peers pensively into the horizon.

    “Hello Zara. Too cute,” said @born_in_xamayca

    “Adorable. Congrats to you and hubby Juliet,” another woman added.

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  • Usain Bolt Brought Up to 10 Women Back to His London Hotel Room

    It’s been an eventful month for Usain Bolt, who not only turned 30 and solidified his title as the fastest man in the world, but who also partied, made out, and possibly had sex with people who were not his longtime girlfriend while he was in Rio. PEOPLE now reports Bolt took his talents to London after the games, where he brought as many as 10 women back to his hotel room two nights this week.

    A source tells the magazine Bolt arrived at London’s Cirque le Soir nightclub around 1 a.m. Monday and “[continued] the party back at his hotel” with a group of club-goers. The next night, he did the same thing at Tape: “Everyone else in the club was asked to leave around 3:30 a.m.,” the source said, “but Usain and a big group of ladies stayed in for a bit longer. They had the whole club to themselves for around an hour.” One of said unidentified ladies is pictured above.

    The women he was with left the club first and headed to his hotel room, where they all stayed “until the early hours, so it must have been a good party.” Still no word from Bolt’s girlfriend of two years Kasi Bennet, other than that she’s been liking tweets shading Bolt since all this nonsense began earlier this week.

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  • Mr Vegas starting 'new journey' with God, leaving dancehall

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    Jamaican dancehall artiste Mr Vegas says he is leaving secular music behind to start a "new journey" with God.

    The artiste made the announcement on social media over the weekend.

    "Thanks to the fans that stood by me over the years," Mr Vegas said, adding "This is the start of a new journey. This is the day that I answered to his call. I have decided to make Jesus my choice."

    The Heads High singer reportedly said the move is in line with a promise he made to God during a near-death experience on a flight to France last December.

    Mr Vegas reportedly said that he prayed to God as the flight hit severe turbulence and promised to turn over his life to the Lord if the plane landed safely.

    The entertainer said he delayed the move after Lady Saw turned over her life to God, due to fear of being accused of trying to steal her spotlight. But he said he has been suffering from guilt of not fulfilling his promise to God and, as a result, decided to make the move now.

    Mr Vegas' new album, This Is Dancehall, is set to be released on September 23.

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