There is no word on whether or not Mavado turned himself in to the police, up to this time.
In June, law enforcement officials urged the Dancehall artist to turn himself in for questioning in relation to the flare-up of violence in Cassava Piece, St Andrew community.
The “Chiney K” deejay, whose given name is David Brooks, was asked to report to the Constant Spring Police station. After several days, police say efforts to contact his management team have been futile.
At that time, Head of the St Andrew North Police, Superintendent Glenford Miller, said that they are still giving Mavado the opportunity to turn himself in but they will reach out to their law enforcement counterparts in the United States and ask for assistance if necessary.
However, Mavado said that he will turn himself in to police but under his own terms, according to his lawyer, Tamika Harris.
“He [Mavado] is returning, but he has indicated to me that he does not want the media to know when,” Harris said.
Since then, the law authorities and Mavado have been quite on the matter.
Now, social media fans seeking an update on the legal issues regarding the singjay.
“So did Mavado turn himself into the police? Or will the dancehall singjay contemplate a lawsuit against the government for defamation or slander?” a fan asked.
When contacted by the media earlier this week, police officials said they did not have any information relating to Mavado and his “wanted status.”