Beenie Man fined $150,000 for breaching COVID rule

May 17, 2021
Attorney-at-Law Roderick Gordon (left) and his client Beenie Man (Ashley Anguin photo)

Dancehall artiste Beenie Man has been fined $150,000 in the St Elizabeth Parish Court for breaching the Disaster Risk Management Act.

He had earlier pleaded guilty.

The 47-year-old international dancehall star was charged by the Black River police last year December for hosting an illegal party at a location in Shrewsbury district, St Elizabeth, on Sunday, November 29, 2020.

“Mi nuh wah nobody fi feel like mi above the law so we affi deal wid dat right and mek Jamaica feel safe and mek di people dem know dat we wid dem,” Beenie Man told The Star following his court appearance in April.

Beenie Man, whose given name is Moses Davis, was represented by attorney Roderick Gordon 

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