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Ryno's Facebook page hacked - Artiste forced to set up new account

Ryno - File

Romaine Anderson, popularly known as 'Ryno', recently took to YouTube to let his fans know that his Facebook page was hacked.

Ryno said his page was hacked about a month ago, but now felt the need to let the world know because of the content being posted on the social-network site.

"I realised it about a month ago, but I was so busy I didn't get around to fixing it," he said.

"These persons are pretending to be me and a mek bad comments 'bout other artistes, an' a mek me look bad."

The hacking caused the artiste to have no access to his Facebook page, forcing him to create a new account.

"I was locked out so I had to set up a new page and the video was to make people know how to find the real Blak Ryno."

The artiste also said his new account would give him the control he needed to modify and approve any content released.

"Fans can reach the real Black Ryno at Blak Ryno Music on Facebook," he said.

separation

Following his win over dethroned King of Clash, Kiprich, at Sting last December, Ryno has returned to Father Romie Studios in Havendale. The former member of Vybz Kartel's Portmore Empire said he and Father Romie have always been in contact and maintained a good relationship throughout the separation. "Me and Father Romie was before Gaza, when nobody neva know 'bout Ryno. Me an' him neva have no vibes, so the reunion was easy," he said.

Ryno also confirmed online news regarding him helping to launch the careers of a new artistes at Father Romie's.

"I will be working with a couple of new artistes at the studios, a try buss dem," he said, making it clear that his partnership with artistes has nothing to do with him riding the Sting hype.

"Is not because of the Sting thing, I'm just doing music, it's not anything new."

Ryno said he will further cement his mark in the dancehall industry in 2014, stating that he has been busy in studios voicing new singles and working on video releases.

"My campaign team is working very hard and the new material will be released as soon as possible, so look out for it," he said.

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