A Florida concert headlined by dancehall Princess Shenseea on the weekend is being dubbed as a super spreader by Florida state health officials.
According to Florida’s Local 10 News hundreds of patrons were packed in the venue without any obvious enforcement for COVID-19 social distancing rules. This they say is one example of why experts believe that South Florida, among other places around the country, are speeding toward an unsettling peak in coronavirus cases.
In rebutting the claims being made against his Artiste contribution to the super spreading, Shenseea’s Manager Romeich, in an interview said his artist was booked for the event after the promoter was granted a permit by the authorities. He said his team did nothing illegal and Shenseea got to the venue in time for her performance and left immediately afterwards. Romeich said since the pandemic his team has been following the covid-19 protocols and should not be blamed.
In recent weeks Shenseea has been performing in the states. The Artiste recently donated tablets to needy children in Jamaica doing online classes.