Dancehall King, Beenie Man who is currently off the island has been the centre of multiple controversies over the past month. The latest rumour was that he contracted COVID-19 during his travels and failed to obey some Covid-19 health protocols in Ghana which lead to his arrest or detention.
While the “Girls Dem Sugar” is yet to officially deny the arrest or detention, he has rubbished claims of him contracting COVID-19. According to Beenie Man, he’s confused and had to give his curious fans an update on his situation with regards to the viral virus. He stated, “I have no Covid, never caught covid before, tested NEGATIVE for Covid. Been travelling for the past 6 months Covid free. Fully vaccinated. I guess someone wants me to have Covid. Uno weird yf.”
He went on to highlight how much “Ghana was amazing” and sends love to Stone Bwoy concluding that Ghana is the best place in the world.
See his tweets below whereby he also highlighted the fact that his “Simma” album will be released soon.
Beenie Man has since removed all his content posted on Instagram.
As reported earlier, after his test, he was ordered to stay at the AH Hotel for a mandatory quarantine which was required of him after he arrived at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA), but it was revealed that the orders were disobeyed by the Jamaican artiste who was reported to have left the facility he was staying before his quarantine was up and even appeared on the concert being kept at AICC Grand Arena in Accra, the capital of Ghana.
The entertainer was seen sharing the stage with other Artistes including Stonebwoy himself at the Bhim concert held on December 22nd and was subsequently arrested after the show according to the reports. The matter was then escalated to the Ghana Health Service, where it was also revealed that the “Docta” accomplished what he did by the use of a fake clearance certificate.
Beenie Man was fined 150 thousand in Jamaica back in after he breached the Disaster Risk Management Act, when he hosted an illegal party in Shrewsbury district, St Elizabeth, on Sunday, November 29, 2020. In December, the 47-year-old popular dancehall artiste was charged by the Black River police and he plead guilty not long after.