Vybz Kartel’s Cousin Says He Is Being Targeted By Cops

Vybz Kartel's cousin Sikka Rhymes says he is being targeted by cops due to his affiliation with incarcerated Dancehall superstar.

Vybz Kartel's Cousin Says He Is Being Targeted By Cops

Vybz Kartel’s cousin, Sikka Rhymes, believes he is being targeted by law enforcers due to his affiliation with the incarcerated Dancehall superstar.

The upcoming deejay, whose real name is Javian Chambers, told  reporters that he has “lost track of the number of times he has been dragged into custody as a person of interest over the past few months.”

On Wednesday, the “Wul Dem” deejay was detained once again along with three other men who were traveling to the St. Catherine Adult Correctional Center in Spanish Town to visit Vybz Kartel.

Sikka Rhymes disclosed that he was on his way to visit musical cousin to drop off food when he and some friends he was travelling with were pulled over by the police in Spanish Town. He said that the law enforcers searched the vehicle and found nothing, but insisted on taking the men to a holding facility in Twickenham Park for questioning.

“Almost every day we go Spanish Town because yuh done know a deh so him (Kartel) deh, and we pass dem police deh every day. Dem stop we, search up the car, nothing nuh inna di car, and dem still say dem a go take weh di man dem,” he said.

Vybz Kartel's cousin Sikka Rhymes claims he is being targeted by cops

“The officer tell me say is either me drive behind the police van or ‘me call a wrecker and dem take weh yuh vehicle’. So me go so, bang, and a drive behind dem because me say: ‘Anything unuh say, me a work wid it.’ Dem start to talk bout we a person of interest and then dem start to start talk bout Sikka Rhymes a Vybz Kartel cousin, and then dem start ask some questions weh me really and truly mi nuh know nothing weh dem a ask bout,” he continued.

“Dem nuh tell we why dem a bring we in. Every minute dem lock me up and process me, every minute,” he said. “Dem just need fi leave me alone because me nah do nothing. Dem never yet find me a do nothing when dem see me inna the streets. Dem just need fi leave me make me go do me business,” he added.

Sikka Rhymes said that he was interrogated by cops who questioned his affiliation to Vybz Kartel, cautioning him that he could be detained for up to three months if he did not cooperate.

The deejay explained that after a few hours of questioning, he and his friends were released. However, the artiste wants police to stop taking him in without good reason.

The police have yet to declare the exact reasons for the deejay’s detention, however, they did declare that they are obligated to detain any person of interest under the current state of emergency in effect for the parish.

The entertainer has since called on cops to stop harassing him as he has done nothing wrong.

Sikka Rhymes, who is on a shortlist of persons approved to visit the “Worl Boss” deejay, told reporters that he believes he is being treated unfairly by police and that they have now singled him out as the one carrying out orders on behalf of the incarcerated deejay.

“From police see me, the resemblance of the two a we draw dem attention. Is not the first, fourth, fifth or sixth time police a do dis, and it always have to be about Vybz Kartel. Dem say me a don, and a must me a run off the place now, because a me a get the orders dem because a me a see him.” he expressed.

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