Earlier today, controversial dancehall artiste Skeng, known for the popular hits ‘Gvnman Shift’ and ‘Protocol’, made his first court appearance relating to a confrontation at the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) weeks ago.
Appearing before the Kingston and St. Andrew Parish Court, the deejay, whose given name is Kevaun Douglas plead not guilty to the charges of disorderly conduct, obstructing police, and resisting arrest.
Attorney-at-law Kaysian Kennedy-Sherman representing the entertainer, argued that her client was innocent when the matter was mentioned. She also requested that the prosecution reveal all relevant evidence relating to the case.
The case was recessed until September 8.
According to the police report, Skeng was prevented from boarding a flight to Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday, May 24, after an argument developed between him and airport authorities, leading to him being slapped with multiple charges. He was subsequently offered station bail.