Just when you think it can’t get any worse.
Soca artist Blaxx is back in the hospital and Reggae Artist Jah Cure sentenced to six years in jail.
And just when you think it can’t get any better, it can.
As restrictions are being eliminated, Montreal is gearing up for a summer filled with events.
Dexter “Blaxx” Stewart who suffered from a serious lung and kidney infection two years ago is now hospitalized, having contracted Covid-19.
The popular soca star is currently at the Arima General Hospital in east Trinidad where doctors say he is stable but is being monitored closely.
This year Blaxx has a number of trending hits including Mash Up and Rock So.
On March 22, Reggae star Jah Cure has been sentenced to six years in prison in the Netherlands after he was found guilty for attempted manslaughter. The 43-year old Reggae artist was sentenced to six years in prison, with credit for time served for attempted manslaughter.
On 1 October 2021 Jah was arrested in Amsterdam charged with attempted murder and attempted manslaughter after allegedly stabbing a music promoter in the stomach.
The court found him not guilty of attempted murder, he claimed he was acting in self-defence.
His 2015 album The Cure was released in July topped the Billboard Reggae Albums chart in its first week of release and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album in 2016
Quebec is removing mask mandates by mid-April and lifting other health rules early this spring and Montreal promoters have already been posting lots of summer events. Let’s start off the month of April with “Break Free” at M.C.S.O on April 2nd.
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