Amid recent drama with his baby’s mother and a voice note circulating in which he allegedly threatened her, Trap-Dancehall Singjay Rygin King lets his followers and visitors know he is unbreakable.
King, whose birth name is Matthew Smith, posted a picture from his “Broken” music video accompanied by his song, “Unbreakable,” on his Instagram story.
The song’s lyrics “You can’t break me, yuh neva make me, yuh neva make me” seem to be directed at his baby’s mother, who appeared on social media exposing an incident that occurred between the two. The lyrics might also be for anybody who stands up against the singer.
Rygin King is paralysed and uses a wheelchair to move since being shot and injured in 2022. He has made positive strides towards walking again by undergoing physical therapy and rehabilitation.
The self-proclaimed “Dancehall Baddest Ting” is known for songs such as “Learn,” “Glu,” “Tuff,” and ” 7 Fall Many Rise,” among many others.
His latest album, “Therapy,” was released on September 9, 2022. In the album, the singer expresses his feelings about everything that has happened since he got hurt.