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Posted: February 25, 2010
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Radio personality Gt Taylor is putting off the lawsuit against Vybz Kartel.

Gt Taylor, who initially planned to carry the case to the Supreme Court despite being paid the deposit after several court appearances with the deejay, tells Music News that he has decided to drop the lawsuit.

Gt who received a nasty backlash from patrons who journeyed to St. Elizabeth on Christmas day in 2008 to see Vybz Kartel was taking it a step further to sue for damages after the deejay failed to turn up at his event despite being paid.

Vybz Kartel didn’t return the deposit until late 2009 after being dragged in the courts by the radio personality.

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