Friday 30 October, 2020

D'Angel files report with Cybercrimes Unit over racy pics

D'Angel in a photo posted to her Instagram page.

D'Angel in a photo posted to her Instagram page.

Dancehall artiste D'Angel says she has filed an official report with Jamaica's Cybercrimes Unit to complain about breaches to her OnlyFans account after a new batch of risque photos surfaced online last weekend.

"I am going to leave the Cybercrimes Unit to handle that problem, I will continue to deal with my music. I will speak my truth through my music, sort of like an autobiography, my EP will be a tell-all EP called 'Exposed'," she told Loop News.

Over the weekend, the singer alleged that there were photoshopped images of her online after a barrage of pics, mostly pornographic in nature, began circulating on the Internet.

A post on one of her social media pages proclaimed: “Another set of photoshopped pictures (like this) are being circulated again. When they can’t see the real thing, they make up stuff and say it’s you. SMH, mi character yu caan draw pon di floor.”  

In the meantime, D'Angel said that producers such as Good Good Production and Black Sheep will feature heavily on her 'Exposed' project. 

"I have all the rhythms already, and my producers understand the vision and direction that I am going with 'Exposed' and I am confident in what the end product will sound like. Right now, ah studio mi ah go inna the day ya," she said. 

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