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Capleton Pushed By Patron In The US

Posted: June 14, 2013
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Another Jamaican entertainer was assaulted in THE United States.  

The fireman Capleton was pushed twice by a patron performing at Reggae in the Hills in California last weekend.

During his well energized set, a male fan walked onto the stage and pushed Capleton before being tackled by his security guards.

However, Capleton brush off the incident and continue performing. Two minutes later the male patron returned to the stage and pushed the fireman again but was thrown off stage by a bodyguard.

“All the people who believe in love let me see your hands in the air, good over evil,” Capleton said before continuing his performance.

Just weeks ago, Toots from the legendary reggae band Toots and the Maytals was hit in the head by a patron with a vodka bottle which left him with 5 stitches.

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