Management of Jamaican dancehall artiste, Glendale Goshia Gordon popularly known as Busy Signal has disclosed that the artiste will be released from prison on November 21.
Busy Signal was arrested at the Norman Manley International Airport in Jamaica in May due to an extradition warrant from the US.
Busy Signal broke jail some ten years ago on charges of cocaine trafficking but was grabbed and detained in London earlier this year and subsequently repatriated to the United States for trial.
He was extradited to the US on June 19 where he faced cocaine-related charges and received a six-month prison sentence in September.
Manager of the artiste, Shane Brown confirmed the story in an exclusive interview with Blakk Rasta on the Taxi Driver on Hitz FM Tuesday.
According to Shane his release “is like a celebration in Jamaica,” and fans can not wait to welcome him.
Busy Signal’s manager disclosed that the judge said he was impressed with the good reformation of the Nah Go a Jail Again singer and therefore gave a judgment in his favour.
“Busy has been donating computers and books to schools in Jamaica and beyond,” Shane said, adding, “He did this long before he [even] became an artiste.”
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