Dancehall entertainer Khago is being investigated by the Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) after allegedly brandishing his licensed firearm during a dispute with a female at his home in Manchester.
The FLA Chief, Shane Dalling, confirmed the probe.
In a statement to the media, Beverly Robinson, Director of Corporate and Client Relations, expressed that Khago’s license could be revoked depending on the outcome,
“If we find that the complaint is credible, then we don’t have to wait for the outcome of the police criminal investigations or resulting court decision. We can revoke the gun license of the individual involved,” declared Robinson.
The incident involved an escalated verbal exchange, resulting in Khago, whose given name is Ricardo Gayle, allegedly pointing his weapon at a relative and issuing a threat. The police were notified, and Khago was charged with assault at common law.
A court date is pending for the deejay to answer the charges.
The FLA has always maintained that they have the authority to remove a firearm from an individual before an incident occurs “if the FLA believes that the person has the disposition based on the actions of the individual.”
Khago is best known for the hits “Caan Cool, Caan Quench“, “Tun Up Di Ting“, and the infectious “Nah Sell Out“, among others songs.