Vybz Kartel is informing the public that life behind bars has not been easy, however he is getting through his days thanks to his faith.

It has been over a year since has been sentenced as a result of his controversial murder conviction last year.

The hitmaker is informing the public that life behind bars has not been easy, however he is getting through his days thanks to his faith. 

Vybz Kartel Says Faith Getting Him Through Prison Life

Sources close to the incarcerated entertainer revealed that he is complaining bitterly about the harsh conditions in prison but said that Kartel is holding the faith and hoping that he will be set free through his appeal.

“A lot of people think that Addi (Vybz Kartel) was just another devil worshiping celebrity who sold his soul for fame, but that couldn’t be further from the truth,” a source who regularly visit Vybz Kartel in prison told us.

“He read his bible regularly and has always been a god fearing youth even before prison but people just took his dancehall persona too serious. He told me that its only his faith in the almighty that is getting him through the horrible conditions in prison,” the source added.

Sources also said that there have been several attempts to assassinate Vybz Kartel in prison.

“First the system send him go prison and when that wasn’t enough they are trying to assassinate him, but god is protecting the deejay and getting him through,” sources revealed.

The Worl Boss singjay is still maintaining his innocence and says he didn’t commit the crime that he was convicted for.

“Vybz Kartel was set up by a corrupt system who just wanted to remove him from society because the world saw everything unfold and know that he is innocent,” the source added.

“He is just waiting on his appeal but until then there is not much that he can do.”


Vybz Kartel, real name Adidja Palmer, his protege Shawn “Storm” Campbell, and close friends Andre St John and Kahira Jones were all convicted of murdering Clive “Lizard” Williams.

They were found guilty of the same crime, are appealing the conviction.

All four men are serving life sentences with eligibility of parole in three decades.


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