Gospel singer George Nooks is remaining confident about the current narcotic case being ruled against him, and the singer is also looking to release an album amid all the drama.
The “Ride out your storm” artiste, who recently appeared before the Kingston & St. Andrew Parish Court told the Jamaica Gleaner that he is experiencing a great feeling at this time while anticipating the case to be over.
The charge laid on the singer was made in the year October 2020, following an incident that took place in April 2019, while the police were approaching Nooks to do a narcotics check.
It is alleged by the police that the singer threw something of a powdery nature to the ground. After George Nooks was taken in by the police, it is alleged that the entertainer found the bag with the substance and swallowed what was inside it.
After the recent court case the “God is standing by” artiste stated that “no trial is too difficult” and that “God is good, and God is good all the time”.
Hopefully, he will be proven innocent in this case however, he has been under the radar of the Narcotics division since he was also held about several violations of the Dangerous drugs act in 2019.
On the flip side of this drama, George Nooks has partnered with Tads Records and is looking to release his next album of 14 tracks very soon.