Jah Cure returns to court on October 18

by October 15th, 2021

Reggae singer Jah Cure, who is currently being held in a Dutch detention center, will be hauled before the court on Monday (October 18).

According to our source in the Netherlands, as part of the court system, Jah Cure’s upcoming appearance in the Council Chamber will determine whether the Reggae singer will remain in the detention center longer pending the investigation.

Reports are that, on October 1, during an altercation, at Dam Square in the city center of Amsterdam, Jah Cure allegedly stabbed Nicardo ‘Papa’ Blake, the head of Roots Vibes Promotion in the stomach.

Music News understands that Papa is currently at home recuperating.

Meanwhile, Jah Cure who celebrated his birthday on October 11, is facing charges of suspicion of attempted murder, attempted manslaughter, aggravated assault, or attempted aggravated assault.

Jah Cure has had previous run-ins with the law. In 1999, he was charged with illegal possession of a firearm, rape, and robbery with aggravation. Following his conviction, he received a 15-year sentence but was released early in 2007 after serving eight years.

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