Jamaican Entertainer Kalado detained in US
Dancehall artiste Kalado has been detained in Miami, Florida for the past 10 days.
Kalado, whose given name is Eton Gordon, is reportedly being held on suspicion of immigration fraud, his publicist Ray Alexander told media reporters.
Kalado Arrested In The US on Suspicion of Immigration Fraud
Sources say the ‘Good Good Bring Life’ singer has been detained on immigration issues since October 18, although it is said that his “papers are straight”.
“I really don’t know much, but I can confirm that he has been detained.”
“I have made contact with his management team and they told me that an attorney was appointed,” said Alexander, who insists that the singjay’s travel documents are authentic.
Kalado was slated to perform in Boston on the weekend of October 17.
Kalado, 30, is a member of deejay Bounty Killer’s Alliance Next Generation.
The two collaborated on the 2012 single “When She Wine,” which was followed by “Nuh Gyal Caan Tear Mi” and “Whole Night.”
The following year, Kalado got his breakthrough with the hit singles “Make Me Feel,” “Good Good Bring Life” and “Body Nuh Dead.”
His popularity increased this year with “Pree Money,” “Gyal” and “Personally.”
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