Alkaline is distancing himself from claims by the police that he can assist them in a murder investigation.
On Tuesday, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) issued a bulletin for the dancehall deejay to report to the Harman Barracks by 5:00 p.m. today. But now Alkaline is calling the wanted notice BS and even call out the media in a post on social media that has since been deleted. In an angry post, the Vendetta deejay says the media is spreading a vicious lie.
“This is one of the most cruel, vicious, destructive, degrading, derogatory, ruthless lie, I have ever experienced in my 23 years of existence,” he wrote on Facebook, while also declaring his innocence. “I am in no form of mix-up with any form of illegal activities of any sort. And I declare innocence in all its entirety.”
Sources inside the Vendetta camp told Urban Islandz that Alkaline is currently off the island and has been in contact with his attorney. Despite the dancehall deejay’s claim in his social media rant, head of the constabulary’s Corporate Communications Unit, Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay, confirmed that cops want to speak with him in relation to the murder of Rohan Morris.
Investigators say Morris was shot and killed on January 13 in Maverly.