Propeller

Monday, December 21, 2015

Police Detains Bramma, After Residents Beat Knife Wielding Attacker

Dancehall artiste Bramma Di Gorilla on Sunday was detained and taken to the Duhaney Park Police station where he and several members of his team were questioned and subsequently released by the lawmen following an alleged altercation which occurred on Saturday night in the community.

According to information gathered by 876ENT, it's understood that on Saturday night the 'GGOD' singer took a break from a recording session at his studio on Duhaney Drive and while outside was accosted by a man who began to hurl a series of disrespectful insults at him. The two got into a heated exchange before the man brandished a knife and began threatening the deejay.

It's further understood several onlookers who saw the ordeal attempted to subdue the man who became boisterous at which point Bramma exited the premises and went home. The man was subsequently chased and beaten by several residents of the community. The man was later arrested by the police and is currently facing a series of charges.

Efforts to get a comment from Bramma proved futile but 876ENT was advised by a member of his team that ,"the entertainer is focused on work and have no time for non-progressive people".

Meanwhile, currently working on a plethora of projects including an upcoming collaborative mixtape with Federation Sound; a new reality series and EP.  Bramma Di Gorilla recently returned to the island from a stint in New York City and Philadelphia 

Bramma is presently promoting the singles 'GGOD', 'Gyal Go Hard' and 'Birds Of A Feather'