Saturday 31 October, 2020

Dancehall artiste Popcaan declares himself COVID-19 free

Popcaan posted this photo on his Instagram wearing a mask.

Popcaan posted this photo on his Instagram wearing a mask.

Jamaican dancehall artiste, Popcaan has declared himself free of the COVID-19 virus.  
 

Government recently implemented curfew measures in the wake of a spike in cases last week.

 

Celebrities in the island have come under heavy criticism by the public after two celebrities hosted birthday parties where patrons were seen not wearing masks. 

 

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Popcaan, was in attendance at Beenie Man’s party, posted to social media declaring that he has not contracted the virus. 
 

He took to his Instagram on Monday to share the message as well as to encourage others in society to wear masks.

 

“Me nuh have no covid 19... wear unu mask!!!" Popcaan said.

 

 

However, it is still unclear whether the FIXTAPE singer had been tested for COVID-19. 

 

On Monday, Olympic star Usain Bolt recently received news that he tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently in isolation. 

 

The virus has also disrupted campaign activities for political candidate and fiance of Beenie Man, Krystal Tomlinson, who is the People’s National Party (PNP) candidate for West Rural St Andrew.

 

She will be forced to sit out the upcoming political debates as she is currently on self-quarantine. 
 

Tomlinson, posted a statement on her social media on Monday explaining that she had come into contact with a family member who had tested positive for the virus and is currently awaiting results. 

 

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She said she currently has no symptoms and all campaign activities will be moved online. 
 

 

Many other dancehall personalities were present at Beenie’s birthday party.

 

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