Barrington Levy took to social media earlier this week to disclose that he has a virus.
The Dancehall legend posted a video on his Instagram page on Monday (May 7) telling his 27K fans that he has a virus.
“I just want to tell you people that i have a virus…. i have a virus,” the veteran recording artiste said in the footage.
The Grammy nominated artist also captioned the video saying, “Give thanks to god give thanks to health give thanks to world peace give thanks to the love you all give me but I have the (VIRUS).”
While tagging artists like Shaggy and Snoop Dogg in the post, he didn’t reveal any further details.
The video, however, immediately sent tongues wagging as many Dancehall fans searched for answers.
Meanwhile, several social media users believed Levy was serious. Others suggested that the video is a public stunt for a possible upcoming single.
Barrington Levy is known for classics like “Black Roses,” “Murderer,” “Here I Come,” and “Too Experience.”
The veteran entertainer is currently focused on his Roses FM Radio station which is based in his birth parish, Clarendon.