Ce'Cile blasts website over oral sex rumour
Dancehall artiste Ce'Cile has blasted an online news source for trying to start unnecessary drama between herself and ex-boyfriend Christopher Martin.
In a statement released via her official Instagram page, the Do It To Me Baby singer addressed rumours that began circulating because of the story. The story, released by buzja.com earlier this week, claimed the singer made statements about her sexual life with a headline saying, 'Chris Martin's ex-girlfriend and babymother Ce'Cile says all her men give her head!'
The story or the website can no longer be accessed, but it did get the singer's attention before becoming unavailable.
In her statement, Ce'Cile said the story was clearly made up, and described it as a failed attempt to stir up bad blood between her and her ex.
"Why would anyone even make this up? Clearly this is a fabricated headline to get people to read the story," she said, stating that after clicking the link, the story is merely a copy of her bio.
She also stressed that she was never interviewed by the website.
Ce'Cile added that there should be some law against persons who create these websites and produce stories of that nature.
"I guess we are public figures and we have to accept all this made up insidious headlines, plus the dunce people who don't/can't read, but love to comment (there should be some law against it). As for whoever wrote this, maybe me alone realise what you tryna do. But low Chris name, like you waa style the man. I'm very happy for him with whatever he's doing and whomever he's with. Go get a life."
THE WEEKEND STAR sought to get some more information from the entertainer regarding whether she has reported the malicious story to the Communication Forensics and Cybercrimes Unit of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), but was unsuccessful.
However, if the matter is reported and the website can be traced to a specific person, that individual could be charged under the Cybercrimes Act of 2015. Cybercrime is any unlawful activity carried out by means of the computer or the Internet. These include identity theft, fraud, copyright infringement, cyberstalking, child pornography, revenge pornography, and bullying.