Short Funeral Service Held For Marlon ‘DuppyFilm’ Perry,…’no chariot, no festivities ‘

The funeral service of Duppy Film, Jamaica’s most wanted man prior to his death was held on Sunday (Nov 12) at the Lloyd’s Seventh Day Adventist with interment in the cemetery in the district.

The service reportedly lasted only 30 minutes, as Pastor Linton Hamilton used the time to counsel the congregation about taking the wrong path in life and the consequences

The short proceedings were incident free as a strong detachment of police was present at both the church and the cemetery.

Marlon ‘Duppy Film’ Perry was shot dead by police at a guest house in Port Morant, St Thomas on September 24.

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Neika Reid

People really cry fi dis yah monsterilla yah… And when him did deh pon him rampage them couldn’t say nothing and a cry now.. god Should a tun di whole family Inna a pillar of salt

Andrea Newton

The first person who don’t sin cause a stone

Karma Firstlady Bryan

R.i.p yaah chargie… nuff a them police yah naah do better some worst than u tru them no get catch yet

Alphena Dias

You lucky sa you get a short service when you was alive you can imagine how you curse church.