After not trading insults for over a year Mavado and Vybz Kartel seemingly are back at it again, according to reports Mavado sent Vybz Kartel a lengthy DM on social media telling him to stop from posting and calling his son “Dantay” name on his page.
Kartel earlier posted a picture of his son and Vybz kartel’s son with the following caption “History Pic! Busoff n Laugh Dante🤜🏽🤛🏿”, Mavado did not like this move by Kartel.
Mavado sent Kartel a DM stating, “Stop call up Dantay name for my attention youth”, See the full alleged Direct Message below!
In a follow up to Mavado’s DM Kartel reportedly wrote the following.
Kartel did not stop there, he went on to state that Mavado’s son is more “tougher” than his father Mavado. This post was later deleted by Kartel.
Mavado followed with this statement “Chat chat chat I don’t have to say a word you know my actions very dark.” and picture below.
Mavado continued by telling Kartel that he is a “Bitch”, read the statement below that Mavado posted to his IG story..
Vybz Kartel as been in online feud with Beenie Man, Jahmiel, Mr. Vegas and Mavado over the past week.
Kartel Court Case
On the 3rd of April 2014, Vybz Kartel, whose given name is Adidja Palmer, Shawn Storm, given name Shawn Campbell, Jones and St John were convicted for the killing of Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams at a house in Havendale, St Andrew in August 2011.
At 7 minutes to 10 am on Friday, April 3rd, 2020 Vybz Kartel and his co-accused had their appeals dismissed. Justice Morrison handed down the convictions after a unanimous decision on the part of the Judges.
They won’t stop here, Kartel’s team is expected to carry out more appeal submissions in relation to the sentencing. Valerie Neita Robertson one of the attorneys who represented Vybz Kartel was confident and said there is no guarantee that there will be a success in the future and anyone who goes to the Privy Council is prepared for that.
It will take a year or more and they are watching to see if the Covid-19 crisis will clear up in time. It is not an easy case and there are 14 grounds of appeal and every appeal had case law to support it. It has been one of the longest cases on the island.
The prosecution won’t normally claim a victory, Kartel will need to pay millions more to seek his route to freedom. The trial is expected to go to the Privy Council in the UK.