High rollers flock Christmas Ball
High rollers and flossers flocked Overdose Entertainment's Christmas Ball at Kris it Up Entertainment Complex in High House, St Catherine, recently.
The support came mainly from Party Animal and his Star Struck Family, Brick Family, Earthquake Family and Go Hard Family.
The ladies were out in their numbers, showing a variety of outfits. Some went for gowns, while others went for more body-hugging dresses.
Music was provided by Gary Chucks, Tony Few and Pim Pim.
The party had a few glitches, however, loyal patrons stayed and gave support to the event.
"I Just want to say thanks to all the people that came out to my party, Christmas Ball. I love all of you people, and I will continue to support the real people out there," Conroy Samuels, the Overdose Entertainment boss, said.
Samuels also appealed to patrons to attend events earlier and to adhere to the Noise Abatement Act.
Here are some highlights from the event.