Silk Boss Named As Person Of Interest By Portmore Police

Rohan Reid, more popularly known by his stage name Silk Boss, has been dominating the headlines as of late. From owing show promoter, Darnel, the deposit for a no-show at Nuh Umpi Scumpi to being caught on video getting assaulted, the dancehall youngster has been the talk of the internet.

Now, Silk Boss has been named by the police of South St. Catherine as a person of interest. He is being asked to make an appearance at the Portmore Criminal Investigations Branch by the latest Monday at noon.

In the meantime, anyone who might have any clue to the entertainer’s whereabouts is being asked to make contact with the Portmore Police by calling 876-989-8422 or dialing the emergency number 119 to contact the nearest police station.

The authorities have been encouraging the Rocky Road artiste to contact them at the station in Braeton Parkway in Portmore since last Friday after their investigators took note of the circulating videos and also became aware of documented events and an interview done by the artiste himself.

The investigation seems to have taken an unexpected turn and now Silk Boss has been hit with a notice to report to the authorities in short order.

On Sunday, the Montego Bay native, released a new single entitled Sorry, which starts by showcasing a clip from the assault, and it has taken the internet by storm by ranking #1 on trending and slating over 388,000 views.

The deejay sings, “mi sidung inna di bush by myself a pree many tings, mi owna friend go set me up and mek dem tek mi tings,” which is strongly believed to call attention to the alleged assault.

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