Inferno organisers promise show will go on with or without Capleton
Organisers of the highly anticipated Inferno concert event, which is being held in Trinidad on June 9, are assuring patrons that despite recent reports that Jamaican entertainer, Capleton, has been detained by Jamaican police, the event will go
on as planned.
The promotional outfit says systems are in place to deliver an alternative ‘high calibre’ artiste depending on the outcome of Capleton’s day in court on Monday, May 14.
Magnum Xplosion’s Inferno, set to be held at the Jean Pierre Complex will also feature Barrington Levy, Sizzla Kalonji and Busy Signal.
The event’s organisers are expressing hope for a positive outcome for the entertainer, as reports from Jamaica on Saturday suggested that police have confirmed that an investigation is presently underway into allegations made by
Capleton that he is being extorted by the accuser- a hairdresser hired by the artiste to provide hair services on April 28, 2018.
The promoters are guaranteeing Capleton fans that refunds will be made available to them, depending on Monday’s court outcome, should Capleton be unavailable for his performance.
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