Dancehall artiste Kalado has expressed his gratitude following his reported third car crash in eight years. Reports emerged on Monday that the deejay had been the victim of another car crash.
Following the reports, the entertainer confirmed that there had been a crash on his Instagram page. In addition to a photo of him getting a CT scan, the Bring Life deejay also shared a video of a car that had been badly damaged.
In the post’s caption, Kalado extended his gratitude to God for keeping him alive. He further indicated that he was hospitalized at the Andrews Memorial Hospital and asked for prayer.
In 2017, Kalado was travelling along Red Hills Road in when the motorist in front of him came to an abrupt stop, forcing the deejay to swerve his vehicle. The swerve caused the artiste to collide with an oncoming car.
Prior to that accident, Kalado was travelling along Mandela Highway in 2016 when he and his companions were involved in a car crash.
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Kalado, born Eton Gordon, rose to prominence in dancehall with the release of successful tracks such as Personally and Make Me Feel.