Vybz Kartel shares prison photos with his daughter on Instagram. See the photos!

shared new prison photos from family visit after returning to Instagram over the weekend.

The incarcerated superstar’s Instagram account shared its first set of posts in over four months on Friday (Sep 8).

Kartel’s management gave his 168K followers a treat when they uploaded photos from the “Real Youth” deejays recent visit with his daughter.

In the photos, he is seen wearing a white polo shirt and matching short denim pants with sun shade and a pair of black sneaker.

Vybz Kartel’s Latest Prison Photos Shock Dancehall Fans

A week prior to Kartel’s latest posts, similar photos surfaced on the internet and sent Dancehall fans into a frenzy, with some left concerned about the “Fever” deejay’s weight loss.

He can also be seen sporting facial hair, which is an unusual look for the artist.

See the photos of Kartel with his daughter during family visit in prison…

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“Mi n My princess!!! Love you BabyGurl! XOXO,” one caption read.

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“Mashup??!! .. Smh..WORL’ GOV’T!!! LUXURY DOLL, SO EASY, HOW CAN YOU, RUNUP REMIX… GAZANATION!!!” the caption wrote, taking aim at Kartel’s critics.

Over the past weeks, he released a set of tracks, including “Oh Yeah,” “So Easy, ” “Luxury Doll,” “Over & Up,” and “How Can You” featuring Ishawna.

Sources close to the entertainer told Hype Life Magazine that he “is anxiously awaiting his appeal trial which is around six months away.”

Vybz Kartel, who was ordered to serve a life sentence in 2014 for murder, is to be heard in the Court of Appeal on February 19 next year.

On May 9, during a case management hearing, the “Pressure” deejay and his three co-accused filed an appeal in hope to have their sentences for murder overturned.

His defense team was ordered by the court to file their grounds of appeal by the end of October and the prosecution must file its case by November.

Vybz Kartel, born Adidja Azim Palmer, was ordered to serve 35 years before becoming eligible for parole.

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