Emerging dancehall artist Brysco, currently trending with the song ‘Code’, has found himself entangled with the law.
During an Instagram Livestream, the deejay was detained by law enforcement officials and his mobile phone confiscated while on the side of the road. It’s understood he was pulled over in a traffic stop by the lawmen.
During the Livestream, the artist could be heard arguing with the officers as he pleaded with them to allow him to be on his way. A female police officer was also noticed recording the ordeal with a cellphone during the exchange. Yet, they demanded that the artist desists from doing the same, subsequently leading to the confiscation of his phone.
It’s unclear whether the artist was taken into custody, as checks with the relevant authorities revealed no further updates.
The Montego Bay-based entertainer shot to prominence over a week ago with his controversial new single “Code”. The cause of much commotion, the risque song praises Portmore sex workers for what it deems their creativity in giving fellatio to clients.
According to Brysco, using ‘Ensure’, a milk-based nutritional shake, is the new trend employed by the ‘Back Road’ sex workers when performing the act to heighten the experience—evidenced by the song’s official visual and narratives. Since its release, the song has been trending and is currently one of the most heavily rotated singles.