Following their altercation at Sting on Wednesday, dancehall artistes Fully Bad and Honormosity have been charged by the police.
Made popular by its famous on-stage clashes between dancehall artistes, Sting enticed patrons to JamWorld in Portmore with the promise of a face-off between Kyodi and Fully Bad, born Nicholas Bartley.
However, the artistes were unable to complete their clash, with a fight erupting between Fully Bad and Honormosity, birth name Layton Simms, after the latter attempted to enter the clash.
Following the fight, Honormosity and multiple other men were taken into police custody, with Senior Superintendent of Police Christopher Phillips disclosing to Pelpa Time Production that Fully Bad was wanted as it is believed that he initiated the altercation.
Phillips noted that the fight quickly ended due to the presence of officers at the event at the time and commended Sting organisers for their planning despite its chaotic end.
Phillips, who is the head of the St. Catherine South division, further disclosed that there will be a debriefing session with Sting promoters to discuss improvements that are needed.
After Wednesday morning’s brawl and Honormosity’s arrest, Fully Bad was later arrested. In addition to both artistes, two members of the public, mason Rushane Williams and musician Dalton Bartley, were charged with disorderly conduct.
According to reports, Williams and Bartley were also part of the fight. Fully Bad and Honormasity are scheduled to appear in the St. Catherine Parish Court on January 24, next year.