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April 5, 2014
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Teflon was not arrested


Following an incident over the weekend where a motor vehicle occupied by members of Reggae singer Teflon's promotional team was stopped by police, rumours have begun surfacing that the entertainer has been arrested.

However a representative from Yard A Love, the artiste's management company, vehemently denied the rumours.

"I am not sure where this rumour started or who is the perpetrator but Teflon was never stopped nor arrested. Why are people so wicked and vicious spreading false propaganda, what do they intend to gain from this," the representative said.

According to Yard A Love, during the supposed time of the incident, Teflon was at home with his family. However, they did admit receiving a phone call from a member of the camp about being stopped by the authorities during a routine spot-check. Subsequently no one was detained or arrested.

Ironically it was only weeks earlier that Teflon performed for hundreds of recruits at the Twickenham Park Police Academy in St Catherine where he delivered a fiery set as the special guest artiste at the gathering.

Meanwhile, after inking an international distribution deal with US-based company New Millionaire Entertainment (NME) out of Delaware, Teflon is now gearing up to release a video for I'm Sure. The aesthetically pleasing visuals were shot by Icey Jace Film Factory. The Rastafarian singer is also working on a number of tracks for his upcoming album titled Next Dimension slated for release later this year. Other releases will include In The Middle and Mama Kept Me Warm produced by Socialyaad Records and Deadline Recordz respectively.

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