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Posted: November 11, 2011
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Mavado is peeved at reports circulating in the media and online which suggest that fellow Gully-Side deejay Flexx who was recently listed as a person of interest by police is on tour with him.


In an exclusive interview, Vado tells Music News that he’s currently working on his upcoming album and is not on tour. The singjay who speaks with Music News from Miami, explains that Flexx is elsewhere in the US doing his own thing.  



Meanwhile, Flexx is still being sought by the police. Paul Thompson, officer in charge of Criminal Investigations says the entertainer should surrender to police once he returns to the island.  

In relating news, Mavado has joined the efforts of "Stop The Bleeding," a non-profit organization, to lead an anti-gun and non-violence campaign in the US Virgin Islands. Vado will headline a huge peace concert on the island of St Croix December 30, dubbed the One Love Music Festival.  

The organization's aim is to use the event as a constructive platform for the territory to reignite love, peace and joy and to address the recent increase in crime, violence and rising numbers of the murders of young people. 

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