Dancehall star Vybz Kartel sure is living the life despite being incarcerated.
Just the other day reggae legend Diana King called out the Jamaican justice for allowing the Worl’Boss to produce music while incarcerated.
Her social media rant came just days after Vybz dropped his latest album dubbed ‘To Tanesha’ which takes his fans through through the ups and downs of his relationship with Tanesha Johnson, better known as Shorty.
“I’ll never be able to ignore the fact that a convicted artist/prisoner serving time, be it for murder/rape, can still record and release music from prison in Jamaica. How do you all do it? Is it because it wasn’t you who was raped or your luved one killed???” wrote Diana King
What fans can’t seem to understand still is how the singer is always on Instagram while in jail.
Just the other day, a post on his Instagram was interpreted to be a jibe at singer Mavado whom he has always had beef with.
In the post, Vybz hit out at MVP clique members Mavado, Alkaline and Jahmiel for saying they are the hottest in Jamaican music scene.
Kartel, who is currently serving a life sentence for murder, made an Instagram post in which he questioned the MVPs’ status as “hot” artistes in the dancehall industry.
“The male threesome really think dem hot?” he said accompanying a screenshot of a news article that reported that he( Vybz) was still Jamaica’s most streamed artiste despite being imprisoned for several years now.
In a recent post Vybz revealed that he has been keeping up 50 Cent’s TV series ‘Power’ which premiered when he was already behind bars.
It turns out that Vybz Kartel is also a big fan of the highly-rated TV show however his fans have been questioning how it’s possible that he knows what is going on with the series with his current limitations.
Well owing to the fact that the deejay has internet access, then it’s only fair that he also gets to watch his favorite shows.
Vybz Kartel used his Instagram to voice his grievances over the script of the current power season which premiered on Sunday and also called out the writer and producer, Courtney Kemp Agboh, for the decision.
“DAWG GHOST DEAD! A WEH DI BO*******AAT DO COURTNEY KEMP1( SYM SPANKY & DRE UNUH A B***H !!) KMFT JAHKNO #power,” Kartel wrote.
Fans instantly took to the comments to question if they were mistaken about the deejay’s current whereabouts.
“Wait nuh jail u deh? Wah u know bout power teacha?” one fan asked. The dancehall front man then shared a second post that was a screenshot of him and his fans’ replies to that comment. Kartel responded saying “Wait nuh road u deh? Wah u know bout teacha?”