Vybz Kartel has been professing his love for his daughter name “Adianna” more often in recent times, now he is reminding us in his latest released song.
The song was released on March 31st and racked up over 100k views in 24hrs. The track was produced by Vybz Kartel Muzik.
SOME LYRICS “Gal swear to god a yuh mi rather but mi cudda neva love yo like mi daughter Adianna”
One person commented online “U notice the man nuh cuss no bad word in light of his daughter’s name being in the song. Pure genius” while another said “She must proud of her dad…..one ting with the teacher him really love all him kids proven thru his actions…me Respect that”.
Listen to the full song below
Vybz Kartel’s daughter Adi’Anna seemingly did not get to visit her father(kartel) over the holidays and she made a note online, she posted “🤔 every little girl needs their father….. 💔”.
Kartel who seems to always be online posted the following on his social media page in reply to his daughter “Just keep holding it my Princess. Your father doesn’t bow to nuh bwoy nor gyal so everybody a try prove Acting like they care about “lizard” when 1,000 plus Jamaicans are killed every year and somehow they can’t seem to solve those cases. So nuh watch ntn Prinny, di whole world see seh dem a clown and history will shit on their memory. FUCK BOASTY SLAVE !!!”.
The two according to online photos saw each other years ago, see pic below
Also, check out this pic from 2017.
Vybz Kartel and his fans have waited for abouttwo years to hear the judgment from the Court of Appeal.
Sources revealed that on November 21, 2019, Mr. Tavares Finson wrote to Justice Dennis Morrison, the Court of Appeal President and asked about the delay in the ruling, that is to be handed down.
In July 2018, prosecutors made their case to the Court of Appeal and asked the tribunal to rule that the defence lawyer had not made a sufficient case for them to free Kartel.
An application by defence lawyers for four pieces of new evidence to be used in the appeal was accepted by the Court of Appeal, during the hearing.
The lawyers said the meta-data from Kartel’s phone did not show where he could be at the crime scene.
In 2018 when the hearing ended, the Court of Appeal revealed that judgement would be handed down later in the air.
In 2011, Vybz Kartel, Kahira Jones, Shawn Storm and Andre St. John were found guilty for the murder of Clive Lizard Williams.
In a letter dated December 2, 2019, the registrar told Mr. Tavares Finson that she was asked to inform him and the other lawyers who are representing Kartel and his co-appellants that the Appeal Court Judges via the Court Registrar responded to Mr. Tavares Finson and other attorneys for Kartel and his co-appellants that the preparation of the ruling is at an advanced stage at this time.
It’s unclear what will happen next in the appeal.