The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) has once again jumped on the latest public trend in order to entice people to give up criminals and illegal weapons.
The organization has regularly made use of holidays and hilarious posters uploaded to social media to gain the public’s attention and promise cash rewards in return for cooperation to get criminals and guns off the streets.
Their latest social media post on Instagram was a call for “top citizens” to give up anyone with guns, and that giving up one rifle could make someone 150 thousand dollars richer.
The post stated, “Top citizens report guns, gunmen, and gangs and get a reward. There is no need to fight over anything (or anyone), give up a gun, and collect your reward when you call Crime Stop at 311. Dat A Dat!.”
It seems as if the JCF is taking advantage of the current feud between Jada Kingdom and Stefflon Don as they also jumped onto the Go Go Club Riddim/Dutty Money Riddim (the instrumental was playing in the background of the post) to appeal to the public. The title from Stefflon Don’s diss track Dat A Dat was also used in the post.
See the post below:
Comments on the post suggest that it gained a lot of attention and people were making jokes about who was the page’s social media manager and about how talented and “quick” they are with their content. Jaytopnotchx101 said, “😂😂😂😂before yuh tek up gun JCF HAVE TO AUTHORIZE IT!!😂😂,” while titaniahylton wrote, “JCF current ennuh,lol no sah.”
Another individual even pointed out, “Jcf has entered the chat and pick steff London side.”
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