Popular Entertainer Alkaline has allegedly cancelled all his dancehall events and has declared that he is becoming a Christian.
The Vendetta deeja who was released from police custody on Monday afternoon after spending five days in police custody says “God has just spoken to me. He did so when i was in Police custody. I’m now a servant of the Lord. All my dancehall shows will be cancelled ‘cause God has call me to work for him now, Glory be to the most high God.”
Alkaline added, “This time I have accepted Jesus. I said yes, Lord, I am ready, I am here, I have accepted God and whatever is going to happen with promoters will just have to happen. I am now a warrior for Christ and who don’t like it will just have to learn. God has chosen me as a new servant. I will be ministering on his behalf… I am ready.”
On Monday morning “Badness It Name” deejay, real name Earlan Bartley’s attorney, Peter Champagnie made an application in the St Andrew parish court for his client’s immediate release. The Judge then ordered cops to release the artiste by 6PM if charges aren’t laid against him.
Last week Tuesday the Criminal Investigation Branch of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) released a statement saying Alkaline was wanted for questioning in relation to the murder of Morris as cops believe the deejay can assist with the investigation. 28-year-old Morris was shot more than 15 times at his home in Oaks Garden, St Andrew last month allegedly beside his 5-year-old daughter.