Vybz Kartel a popular musician who was jailed has finally been engaged while in prison.There are allegations that the lovers might soon get married.
According to reports,Vybz Kartel was engaged to a Turkish lover.They engaged when the lady visited the dancehall musician in Prison.Vybz Kartel was jailed for the murdering Clive 'Lizard' Williams,who was an associate.
Sidem Ozkuk,Vybz Kartel's lover is hopeful that the artiste will be released from prison in the ongoing appeal according to reports by Mpasho News.The lady is a Turkish social worker who alleged that the two got engaged during the summer of 2022 at an authorized prison visit in Jamaica.Vybz Kartel,the popular dancehall artiste was jailed in Jamaica and is currently serving a life sentence.We wish the couple all the best in their relationship as they plan to marry.
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