Hype Life Magazine understands that the donation was made during the charity concert on the lawns of Jamaica House in St Andrew on January 2, 2016.
“Every year I’ve been at Shaggy, I’ve either been there and worked and performed… So this year, since I wasn’t going to perform, I just did that. Each one teach one. You see it,” he said.
Sean Paul, who was unable to attend the show, made the pledge at the ScotiaBank tent, through booking agency Headline Entertainment.