At the time, the entertainer said the issue was too serious for him to trivialise it with a dance. He expressed that if he were to release anything, it would be to educate the masses on the deadly virus, as he realised too many were taking it lightly.
Delivering on his promise to lead by example, he has penned a track titled Inside to encourage Jamaicans to remain in quarantine. The song and an accompanying music video will be released this weekend.
"This song will show people that while it's not ideal and none of us like the idea of being locked up in the house, it is the safest place at this time," he said. "The song speaks about all the things you can do indoors to make it fun. As entertainers, we affi use our platform to send the message to the people. This virus is very serious and we affi buckle up in times like these."
He added, "It's madness what's going on and we have a few numbers right now weh if it spread further, we inna problems out here because our system nuh built fi dis. In order to prevent things from getting outta control, the Government say stay in, and a dat me a encourage."