Excitement galore at Magnum Kings and Queens

June 01, 2017
Symatic (left) was very militant during his attack on Vanzo.
Despite their bad encounters from persons episodes of the show, Skatta (right) took the mic to show that held no grudges against Rankin Pumpkin.
Wray and Nephew's Tamika West presents Symatic with his cheque.
Yanique was quite stunned when this man invaded the stage as she was about to announce the new Magnum Queen.
Not to be left out, Vanzo gets his second-place cheque from Digicel's Kamal Powell.
Magnum King Symatic hugs the Magnum Queen Suspense.
Darien Robertson/Freelance Photographer Ninja Man (left) commends Suspense on the work she did throughout the show.
Host of the show, Yanique Curvy Diva, performs her song Lifestyle with her dancers.
Executive producer of Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall, Mark Kenny (left), is all smiles as he poses with Wray and Nephew's Tamika West.
This fire-breather ignites the stage before Miss Kitty's entrance.
Wray and Nephew's Tamika West (left) shares lens with Ding Dong (centre) and Shenseea.
Ding Dong and Ravers Clavers light up the stage with their dance moves at the finals of Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall in May.
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After weeks of campaigning and performances, Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall came to a close last Saturday at the Police Officers' Club in St Andrew.

It was a night when many previous contestants took the stage to remind the audience of why they were on the show.

The show's host, Yanique Curvy Diva, also gave a taste of her singing abilities by performing her song, Lifestyle.

But the highlight of the show was the clash segment, where Symatic disciplined Vanzo, and Suspense simply demolished Rankin Pumpkin.

In the end Suspense and Symatic were crowned winners of the show, and presented with their cheques of 1.5 million each.

The night ended with performances from the likes of Spice, Ding Dong and Shenseea.

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