Dancehall News, With the biggest comeback song we’ve seen in a while, in 2018 Munga turned his negative situation into a positive with hit song “Nah Mad”, however this positive may not last for too long as Munga Honorable is still out on bail. Damion Rhoden is currently out on a $500,000 bond and is currently facing a murder charge for the killing of 27-year-old Cleveland Smith at a dance in St Andrew in May of 2017.
Munga is currently on tour but is expected to go through a case management conference several weeks from now, whereby the details of the case are discussed before a judge inside the Supreme Court. This will take place on June 6, 2019.
The conference will decide whether the case is thrown out of court or if proceeding will head to trial. In other words The Case Management Conference is a settlement discussion held between the parties presided over by a judge. In these conferences, a plea deal is usually offered to the defendant while the defendant tries to put a credible argument forward that he or she is not guilty and asks for the case to be thrown out.
Fellow dancehall artistes Vybz Kartel and Ninja Man found themselves in a similar situation and were found guilty by the courts hence Munga’s future is still undecided.
Munga was reportedly chopped in 2015 by Mr. Smith who is also reported to be a relative Mr. Vegas. Munga back then stated that Smith tried to take is life.
In an Interview with Nightly Fix Munga explains that himself and Mr. Vegas have not been friends for a very long time. Munga also states that there’s a hit on his head.
Munga is from St. Mary.
Munga was involved in a fatal car crash January of this year which resulted in a Canadian woman losing her life, both Munga and the Lady were reportedly sleeping at the time of the crash.