International entertainer, Diana King has been roasted online by fans of incarcerated dancehall deejay Vybz Kartel over a post she made on social media.
On Instagram, Diana King said, “I’ll never be able to ignore the fact that a convicted artist or prisoner severing time, be it for murder or rape, can still record and release music from prison in Jamaica. How do you all do it? Is it because it wasn’t you who was raped or your loved one killed?”
Though she didn’t call any names, Gaza fans have since made her statement their business. A few are in support of her comment while the majority have run to Vybz Kartel’s defense; some hurling insults.
Incarcerated but not silent, Vybz Kartel’s new album, “To Tanesha” was released on January 10. The album dedicated to Shortie, the mother of three of his sons has been creating chatter on all social media platforms.
Kartel along with Shawn Storm and two other men are currently serving life sentences for the 2011 murder of Clive Lizard Williams.