Fans Slam Mavado For “Blasphemy Photo”

Fans blast Mavado after the Dancehall artist shared a photo of himself dressed as Jesus. See the screenshot!

Mavado Gets Slammed For "Blasphemy Photo"

sent fans into a frenzy after sharing a photo of himself dressed as a deity.

Dancehall fanatics blasted the Jamaican artist over the picture, which many are referring to a “blasphemy.”

Mavado can be seen portraying an art of Jesus as he sports pearly white robe with a red sash across his chest and a halo over his head.

Dancehall Fans Blast Mavado Over "Blasphemy Photo"

Mavado uploaded the controversial image without a caption to his Instagram account. However, the comments section was left filled with heavy criticism by his followers.

See screenshots of the comments!

Dancehall Fans Blast Mavado For "Blasphemy Photo"

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This comes after reports surfaced that Mavado received a sum of $8 million from embattled attorney at law Jennifer Messado as part of a total sum of $30.7 million owed to the “Father God” singer.

The entertainer’s lawyer, Tamika Harris, told reporters that Messado did not file a defence in the civil case submitted against her by the attorney’s legal team.

“She paid over only $8 million; Messado decided to pay that amount, she did not contest the civil case,” Harris revealed.

Messado is currently before the courts on several fraud charges, one of which is the case relating to Mavado’s money.

Allegations are that Mavado, whose given name is David Brooks, began making arrangements to purchase a property through his attorney, Harris.

The “Fresh Cash” deejay reportedly paid Messado $30.7 million for the property, and signed a sale agreement and a document giving him possession. However, it was later discovered that the property was not for sale.

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