Taking to Instagram Story on Monday, the Dancehall producer shared a photo of himself with the Reggae superstar.
The photograph comes just days after Markus Myrie blasted Buju Banton on social media and subsequently filed a police report against his father at the Constant Spring police regarding an alleged altercation at Gargamel Music Studios in St Andrew.
After the post, Markus Myrie wrote a lengthy apology addressing his father.
“I am a man. One who refuses to carry the burdens of the past into a future that will see me with children,” Myrie wrote.
“For their sake I will break the generational curse. My only regret is that I allowed myself to get so blinded by anger that I said things about my father and to the public that I shouldn’t have said, but let he without sin cast the first stone. I have no hatred in my heart for my father.”
“My only disappointment is the undelivered expectation of a father who refuses to see fatherhood as more than just a title and financial support. Your absence has nothing to do with prison and you know that. Still, I forgive you regardless. I hope one day you decide to be a better father, don’t do it for me; do it for my siblings who are suffering (emotionally),” he continued in another post.
“When you love people, you tell them the truth regardless of repercussions, for example, this ridiculous, altercations. Many of you may think you know the situation but remember that you weren’t there and he’s my father, not yours. I ask you all to please keep the family in your prayers as I will. I love you @Bujuofficial #Myrie #Family,” he added.
Buju Banton is yet to respond to his son’s public outburst publicly. He, however, created history on Saturday at his Long Walk To Freedom Concert in Kingston, Jamaica. The concert officially kicked off the first concert series of the Grammy-winning Reggae singer since he was released from a United States prison in December where he served time on drug trafficking charges.