Aidonia Caught Cheating with Dancehall Diva Ishawna?Music news has just got word that Run Road deejay Aidoina and dancehall diva Ishawna has been creeping for some time now.The news which broke late last night has sent Facebook and Twitter into a frenzy. One publication reports that the two has been sneaking around quietly, sidestepping the media and eyes of their fans, hitting on each other at various club events around the island.
According to a source close to the female singer, who as asked to remain anonymous, she was sighted at an event all wrapped up in Aidonia’s arms and the two seemed very intimate at the time.
“Di two a dem deh and nuh body cah tell me nothing, di way how dem did a move close wid each other it look like sum inna sum"… the source secretively shared.
Attempts to reach both entertainers has been futile thus far. Aidonia is the proud father of son King Kahlif and fiance to the beautiful Kimberly Megan.
Dancehall star Aidonia got a mouthful from one female fan during a recent performance.
The dancehall star was performing one of his many raunchy hit singles when one overzealous female fan stormed the stage.
The unknown female fan wanted to prove to Aidonia she is his biggest fan and this is what she did to prove it.
Other members of Aidonia’s JOP camp including Deablo was looking on in dismay.
Aidonia is currently engaged to longtime girlfriend Kimberly Megan. The couple welcomed their first child earlier this year.
Promoter of the annual family fun day event, Somerset Falls stage show, Harvel 'Gadaffie' Hart, is expressing his sincerest apologies after an abrupt ending at the show's 7thstaging.
The event, which was held in Hope Bay, Portland, on New Year's Day, ended prematurely with bottles being thrown and loud explosions, believed to be gunshots, resonating throughout the venue.
Allegations are that the missiles were aimed at the police who went to shut down the event shortly after 4 a.m.
Gadaffie said, "I'm apologising to the people of Portland and all supporters about the 7th staging of the show ... we have always had an incident-free show that's why the police have continuously worked with us... that is why I don't want my supporters to take the law in their own hands."
All roads led to Santa Cruz last Saturday where telecoms company LIME, staged yet another successful leg of its 'Talk EZ Road Tour' which has been making its way across the island since the launch in mid-June.
Taking along a caravan of artistes, bikers, comedians and phone deals, LIME lit up the quiet St Elizabeth community on Saturday afternoon. With the likes of Tami Chynn, Ieye, Tanto Blacks, Kevin Downswell, QQ and Aidonia, the large crowd hung around for over four hours at the Santa Plaza, anxious for the next big act to take the stage.
It wasn't quite the usual Friday for dancehall entertainer Aidonia who took part in the recent charity effort organised by Janelle Gordon at The Sir John Golding Rehabilitation Centre (formerly the Mona Rehabilitation Centre) on Friday.
The artiste believes that charity efforts play an important role in giving back to the community and society for all the support they receive.
Several top reggae acts are set to ignite the Reggae Sumfest stage when the event dubbed, 'the greatest reggae show on earth', returns to Catherine Hall, Montego Bay, for its 20th staging from July 15 to 21.
It was this week revealed that entertainers like Damian Marley, Third World and Tarrus Riley were expected to deliver explosive performances in the Second City.
The Grammy award-winning Damian Marley is set to rock the audience with his hits such as Affairs of the Heart,Set Up Shop and Mek It Bun Dem while Third World will return to the Sumfest stage for a sizzling display of their musical prowess.
Business man Cory Todd and jailed dancehall deejay Vybz Kartel are to be reunited for a business deal.
Music News understands that the two who severed ties last year following a sour and public spilt, are to join forces for the continuation their business partnership. Todd’s publicist, Claude Mills confirms that the two have come to a business agreement to put out their products including the rum. Karel who has been in jail since last year have been in dialogue with Corey Todd via letters for the past few months.
Over four years, the Vybz Kartel, Corey Todd business partnership has seen the purchase of The Building, the birth of Street Vybz Rum and Daggering Condoms. After the business partnership ended, Todd took up entertainers Beenie Man, Aidonia, Khago, Jah Vinci and producer Notnice but those business involvments were shortlived.