A dark cloud is now over the entire ‘Gaza’ community, worldwide, as popular Jamaican Dancehall DJ Vybz Kartel and three co-accused were found guilty of murder in the Home Circuit court today, Thursday, March 13.
For the very first time, the entertainer was sighted with tears (dripping under his shades) with a disgruntled face.
Chaos erupted outside the Supreme Court building on King Street in downtown, Kingston today as hundreds of Vybz Kartel supporters broke through police barricades.
Words are that fans of the entertainer cried and even fainted, as the guilty verdict was read.
“We want justice, uno no have nutten pan world boss, Gaza mi say, Kartel wi deh yah fi yuh” fans shouted in support of the artist.
His lawyers were furious as they stormed out of the courtroom in shame of their failure.
Kartel, whose real name is Adidja Palmer, was charged jointly with fellow entertainer Shawn Campbell, also called Shawn Storm; Kahira Jones; Shane Williams; and André St John for the murder of Clive‘Lizard’ Williams.
Of the four co-accused only Williams was found not guilty.
Allegations are circulating that fans are planning a mass demonstration in support of their shepherd, while the police are beefing up security for the mass vandalism and destruction which is expected.
“Uno caa get weh wid dis, God nah sleep, A same way dem sentence buju innocent,” fans uttered.
The police told supporters to disperse from the area but fans ignored this order; they have been supporting him since his arrest and will remain supporting him till the final nail is driven in his coffin.
“Boy mi sorry fi him, still Gaza mi seh,” an elderly woman lamented with tears flowing down her cheeks.
Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams was allegedly killed over a missing gun belonging to Kartel.
Those found guilty are to return to court on March 27 for sentencing.
Now that the guilty verdict is out, prosecution team in Vybz Kartel murder trial is happy; celebrating their victory by popping champagne laughing and knocking their glasses together.