Busy Signal Released From Jail, Arrives In Jamaica Last Night
Dancehall star Busy Signal is back.
The “One More Night” deejay arrives in Jamaica last night after serving two months in a Minnesota jail for absconding bail.
Dancehall artist Elephant Man and Busy Signal’s manager, Shane Brown, greeted the deejay on his arrival at the Norman Manley International airport on Friday evening.
Busy announced his arrival via his Twitter page sending out a few photos in the process.
Guess who is back! God is GOOD!
The Turf is back!!!!!! Give thanks
Turf and brothers reunited! Only God! (Busy Signal Twitter)
Sources close to the deejay told Urban Islandz that he is now spending some quality time with his family and his newborn baby.
“Busy is happy to be back home his family and friends happy, its just a great feeling to have him back,” the source said. “First thing for him now is to spend some quality time with his family. There will be a welcome home party this weekend with family and close friends.”
Busy Signal was arrested in June this year after arriving on a flight from London to the Norman Manley International airport in Kingston. He was then extradited to the United States to face trial for a drug charge dated back to 2002.
However, he was only charged with absconding bail after his lawyer told the court he could not be charged for the previous drug trafficking charge based on the extradition treaty between the United States and Jamaica.
Busy Signal latest album Reggae Music Again is now in stores be sure to get a copy.
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