Vybz Kartel's prison transfer have been triggered by ex-rival Ninja Man's move following leaked controversial video, a source revealed.

was recently transferred from the Tower Street Adult Correctional Centre in Kingston to the St Catherine District prison. 

The incarcerated Dancehall superstar is reportedly “settling in well” to his new environs.

According to sources, Kartel’s transfer may have been triggered by ’s move in the wake of a controversial incident where the ‘Don Gorgon’ was videotaped smoking a spliff, while showing off a pair of Clarks while bragging in prison.

“A we mek jail look like blood*****t road. Clarks clean like whistle,” Ninja Man boasted in the footage.

Watch: Leaked: #NinjaMan Stays Fresh In Prison!

A source told media reporters that Ninja Man’s transfer to GP triggered the move for the “Worl Boss” deejay.

“The deejay settle in now and alright, mi hear say him say St. Catherine have a cooler vibe than GP,  so him a settle in. In the meantime, mi hear say Kahiro (Vybz Kartel co-accused, Kahiro Jones) now get transfer to Horizon instead,” the source revealed.

“Ninja Man gone a GP, because the man dem a HARC (Horizon Adult Remand centre) no want him over de because of what him say about the conjugal visits, and him and Kartel caan be at the same institution, so that’s why dem transfer Kartel from GP, ” the source added.

Last year, Ninja Man had made ill-advised comments regarding the possibility of conjugal visits for prisoners during Robert Montague’s tenure as the Minister of National Security. 

“If you giving them (prisoners) any form of rights, get them some job. The man in prison nah nuh work. What we should be doing is thinking of ways and means to stop (using) taxpayer’s money just for keeping prisoners….find dem something to do before yuh gi dem woman, and them get another unwanted pickney. You cannot have a solution for a problem that’s gonna cause another problem,” he said.

In December 2017, Ninja Man and his co-convicts were sentenced to life in prison for the 2009 murder of a Kingston man. The entertainer must serve at least 25 years in prison before he is eligible to be released on parole.

In 2014, Kartel was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of his associate Clive “Lizard” Williams. He will be eligible for parole once he has served a minimum of 35 years in prison.

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