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Posted: May 24, 2011
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Elephant Man’s manger, Sharon Burke has dismissed talks that the dancehall deejay is missing.

The CEO of Solid Agency confirms with Music News that she has spoken with the deejay this morning and that Elephant Man is “good to go”.

The rumour first started on blackberry during the Labour Day weekend that Ele was missing.

Meanwhile, numerous efforts by Music News to contact the deejay were futile.

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