On the heels of public pleas from various entertainment players, Millicent McCurdy, the mother of missing dancehall artiste Medikk, has offered a J$500,000 reward in her quest for information regarding her daughter, Stephany Williams, who has been missing for over a week.
Expressing her frustration with the lack of progress in the investigation, McCurdy stated, “It’s been ten days and nothing has happened yet. The police keep calling me to ask for updates, but I’m not the investigator.” The distressing news of her daughter’s disappearance has left her deeply troubled.
Stephany Williams, 29, was reported missing almost two weeks ago and was last seen wearing a black blouse, black tights, and black shoes. Described as having a brown complexion, a slim build, and standing at approximately 169 centimetres (five feet, seven inches) tall, Williams resides in Mayfair, Red Hills Road, St Andrew. According to reports from the Constant Spring police, she left home on Thursday afternoon and has not been sighted since.
In an emotional plea, McCurdy shared her concerns, noting that she sensed something was amiss when she repeatedly tried calling her daughter on Thursday evening, receiving no response. Williams’ close attachment to her phone made this lack of communication highly unusual. McCurdy resides in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland, while Williams lives in Kingston, where her career and life are centred.
McCurdy also recounted a prior conversation with one of Williams’ sisters in which Williams mentioned an upcoming video shoot in Ocho Rios, St. Ann, indicating plans her boyfriend and road manager had set in motion. However, all attempts by relatives to contact her since then have been unsuccessful. Despite multiple efforts to gather information about the video shoot from Williams’ management, Naviigator Entertainment, McCurdy expressed disappointment at their lack of communication.
Presently, McCurdy and her youngest daughter are in Kingston, collaborating with the police in their efforts to locate Williams. A family member expressed growing concern as time passes, emphasising the urgency of finding her and encouraging anyone with information to come forward.
Williams, also known as Medikk, is an emerging figure on the dancehall scene, recognised for tracks like “Boss Level” with Jahvillani and “Like Wah.” In addition to her musical pursuits, she operates a business called Rheborn Holistic, which manufactures and distributes natural hair and skincare products. Family members describe Williams as a diligent worker, fiercely independent, and deeply caring for her loved ones.