Propeller

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Dancehall Artiste Raytid Rescues Female Dancer From Serving Prison Time


Popular female dancer Nikki Chromaz who is a member of Dancehall artiste Raytid’s promotional team is today counting her lucky stars after getting the scare of her life earlier this week when she was hauled before the courts for an assault charge, which almost landed her in prison for several months.

According to the police report, the female dancer appeared before the court to answer to the charge in which she was accused of stabbing another woman repeatedly after a heated exchange between the two developed into a physical altercation.

Following the stabbing the ‘Dutty Shake’ dancer was subsequently arrested and released the following day by the lawmen.

Earlier this weekend when she appeared before the Half-Way-Tree Resident Magistrate’s court she plead guilty to the assault charge and was fined a considerable sum or six month in prison by Judge Pusey who also issued a strong warning to the dancer about her behaviour.

After the judgement was handed down a seemingly distraught Nikki Chromaz appeared to be on the brink of tears but was quickly rescued by dancehall star Raytid who did the necessary to ensure her safe release.

Raytid, best known for his monster hit ‘Blah Daff’ is also responsible for the now viral ‘Dutty Shake’, which has been rapidly sweeping the dancehall space. The song was released under the Fiyah Blaze Productions label and its lyrics pay homage to several influential dancers on the contemporary dance scene. Fiyah Blaze Productions has strong support in the US market and DJ Blaze said he has been working overtime to get the song in regular rotation on US radio stations.