David Constantine Brooks famously known as Mavado is a dancehall artist currently trending because of his son. It has been alleged that his son committed a murder and this has led to him being sentenced to life in jail.
This situation isn't new to the world since the Imprisonment of Vybz Cartel. From the incident it has been stated that vybz Cartel went ahead to criticise Mavado on this since their beef before when He was imprisoned.
Mavado's son Danty Brooks is under 20 years and he won't be ready for parole until he reaches 35 years of age. This comes to light especially when research states that Jamaica is notorious for it Gang culture and young people trying to prove themselves through joining of gangs.
It's sad that despite coming from a wealthy background Dante was still involved in this situations this shows that status doesn't matter when it comes to crime.
Parents are urged to watch out for their kids and always be around for them.
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