Amid widespread reports across various media platforms that Dancehall queen Spice is currently in a coma after undergoing surgery in the Dominican Republic, two sources close to the entertainer have vehemently denied the assertions.
Speaking exclusively with Prism Marketing Consultants, the sources who spoke on terms of anonymity said the reports are false and labelled what the media and social media are reporting as “dangerous and damaging”
“What they [the media] are doing is dangerous. Spreading nasty rumours wid no evidence just fi clicks and likes nuh mek nuh sense. Dem ah damage the woman brand weh she wuk suh haad fi build, dem need fi stop and guh look a life.” – one of the sources, seemingly upset, exclaimed.
When quizzed as to the artiste’s whereabouts and medical condition, they conveyed that they were not at liberty to speak but assured us that she was not in a coma as reported,
“she’s not in a coma; dat’s all we can tell yuh”, the sources added.
Before she departed Instagram, the “So Mi Like It” deejay’s last post was made on October 17, outlining her intentions while extending season greetings to her supporters ahead of the respective holidays. The post read,
“I’ll be off of Instagram for a while, I’m tired of being their only target for clout and click bait. Let’s see if they’re still gonna talk about “Only Me”. I refuse to answer to the noise they creating to gain my attention. Every morning I wake up to something else. “I fight so hard to be where I’m now getting a fight for” MERRY CHRISTMAS 🎄 🎁 EVERYONE AND HAPPY NEW YEAR WHEN IT COMES 🙏🏾 Besties I love you all so much 💙💙💙💙💙 Emancipated Album link in my bio continue to run it up ‼️ #tapemeasure #croptop #ClapClap #SameMouth #NuffManName #BigBig #BakeAman #PopOff #HateHim“
Aside from her sophomore album Emancipated, Spice continues to promote her collaboration Bubble It with Nigerian AfroPop star Yemi Alade. Released a month ago, the official video has amassed over 6.3 million views on Youtube and continues to trend upwards. The visual was directed by Taiye Aliyu and Patrick Elis.