Anxiety levels are through the roof, as Vybz Kartel could possibly be a free man within 24 hours.

This comes as a press release made public via The Appeal Court responsible for administering the decision for the deejay’s pending case.

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The Appeal court made it very clear that the decision will be given tomorrow (Friday April 3rd, 2020) at approximately 9:30AM local time and rumors surface that it could possibly be live streamed.

Vybz Kartel, whose real name is Adidja Palmer, has been consistently upbeat since his detention in 2011, is showing no signs of deterrence in his stance now than since inception.

Vybz Kartel ‘100 per cent’ Sure He Will Be A Free Man

Palmer, along with the other men, were convicted of the murder of Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams. They are all now serving life sentences as a result of the conviction.

In a recent release, Vybz Kartel’s protege, Sikka Rymes stated the entertainer is in highest spirits possible and is 100% sure he will be a free man.

Sikka Rymes Is ‘Ready’ For Everything All 2020

He reiterated that Vybz Kartel stated, “I’ve been here for eight years waiting, therefore, impatience is not an option or an emotion that can serve me any good. In any case, I already know how Jamaica’s system operates … at its own pace.”

“I feel very upbeat about the case. Weak evidence, fabricated evidence and prosecutorial misconduct aside, there is absolutely nothing to worry about in law. I’m 100 per cent sure I should be set free. Legally, there is very little to be concerned about. But put the ‘Kartel factor’ in the mix and everything gets complicated,” he continued.






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Romario English, known professionally as Romieikon, is a Jamaican dancehall influencer, producer, recording artist and songwriter. Beginning his career in the latter years of the 2000 decade, where he pursed being a disco-jock under the moniker 'DJRomiie' while attending Cornwall College high school in Montego-Bay St James.