Rumors have been circulating that the “Delilah” singjay has been denied a Green Card, this after marrying an American citizen.
A United States citizen has launched a petition to have the entertainer deported to Jamaica. Maryland resident Trudy A Miller, who posted the petition on the White House’s website ‘We The People’, stated that the entertainer is a non-residing felon living in the USA.
The petition also included two links to stories that detailed how US State Department Law Enforcement Officer, David Rainsberger, admitted to accepting expensive gifts and back stage passes to concerts and events while stationed at the US Embassy in Kingston from an entertainer known as ‘D.B.’
Even so, thousands of Mavado fans have took to Twitter and Facebook to back petition and voice their support for the deejay.
“How can the Jamaican government tolerate these continuous attack against its Reggae industry?,” questioned one supporter.
“We need to create a petition against Trudy Miller for being badmind.,” another supporter stated.
Word in the streets are that Mavado recently landed in the island and is now doing rounds of on-air interviews.
Mavado, who has reportedly been in the United States for over a year, is signed to American record producer DJ Khaled’s record label, We the Best.
Recently, news broke that the dancehall artiste filed a lawsuit against Member of Parliament for West Rural St Andrew, Paul Buchanan, after issues developed in a $20 million housing deal between the two parties.
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