DEEJAY Rygin King Moved Again

July 14, 2020 10:00 AM

Dancehall News, Rygin King was relocated to an undisclosed medical facility where he had great Doctors who monitored him 24-7. This happened eleven days after he was transferred to the recent facility, sources revealed.

The source who doesn’t want to be named revealed that he no longer needs full time monitoring and he is recuperating very well.

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It is said that he now has a heavy security detail to monitor him.

It was reported that the artiste was shot and badly injured in Westmoreland approximately 2 weeks ago after he left a funeral.

He was travelling in a car that was in a convoy in Bethel Town.  One of the cars had an accident and an eyewitness reported that repairs were being done to the damaged car when another car drove up.

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A passenger alighted and sprayed the bystanders with bullets, Rygin was one of them.

Two other people were shot in the incident. The DJ was rushed into emergency surgery at the Savanna-la-Mar hospital after the incident occurred. Sashalee Blackwood from Irwin Meadows in St James, lost her life because of her injuries.

However, Rygin King whose given name is Mathew Smith was later transferred to the Falmouth Hospital to continue receiving treatment, but 12 days ago, it was alleged that he was airlifted from the hospital and taken to another medical facility because a group of men went there and wanted to see him. They were detained by the police, who confirmed the incident. Eventually they were released.

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A member of the Rygin King management team has been speaking with persons in the media and revealed that the videos and photos that were being circulated in social media were recorded and taken by unknown persons and they thought the artiste needed more security.

Rygin King became a star in 2018 when he was the closing act at Reggae Sumfest. His most popular songs include “Things Go Change” “Tuff” “How Me Grow” and “Ruption”.

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