Dancehall artiste Rygin King who was recently shot and injured in Western Jamaica continues to connect with his fans via new music releases and social media updates.
The latest update we get from Rygin King contains a voice note of a young lady asking her friend to get the full version to the Mobay deejay’s upcoming music release titled “GLU”.
One King earlier posted the video below with the following cation “Coming soon October 25th ladies get ready song bad video bad🔥🔥🔥#GLU“.
The girl in the voice note stated “yo cah just call up a Mobay and beg Rygin King mek dem drop the song” Listen to the full voicenote below, which was posted by Rygin King himself on his Instagram page hours ago.
See the music video snippet for Glue which will be released on October 25th below.
I-Octane, Renee Sixthirty and a few others reacted to the dramatic young lady with laughing emojis.
As fans wait patiently to see the “Tuff” artiste live in living colours there as been a lot of speculations on his current condition after being shot in the upper body and foot a few months ago.
Earlier reports stated that the deejay was Paralysed in the hospital, this did not settle well with the artiste’s management team and as a result, a member gave an update on his situation back then.
The source whose name was not mentioned told the Jamaica Observer that “The deejay is not paralyzed” however was also quick to point out that “I cannot go into specifics about his medical condition”.
No further official report has been made about the artiste’s current state as Jamaica and the entire dancehall world wishes him a speedy recovery.
Rygin’s real name is Matthew Smith, a St. James native artiste who is just 25 years old and already an icon in the dancehall world.
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