Vybz Kartel is in for a rough ride in the Jamaican justice system.
The incarcerated deejay is currently writing a memoir documentary his journey behind bars, sources told Dancehall HipHop.
“He is doing a lot of writing because you know Addi is a smart youth,” the source, who regularly visit Vybz Kartel at the remand center exclusive told Dancehall HipHop.
“He is writing a lot of songs and a memoir documenting his trials and tribulation from his arrest in 2011,” the source added.
“Addi want the world to know the injustice and corruption he is faced with and I guess his memoir will go in depth and cause a lot of controversy just like his book did,” the source continues.
Vybz Kartel, born Adidja Palmer, was arrested in September of 2011 and slapped with two murder charges in relation to the death of Clive “Lizard” Williams and Barrington “Barrie” Burton.
His trial has seen numerous delays since, prompting an outcry from the former Portmore Empire head and his huge fan base.
Earlier this year Vybz Kartel wrote an open letter from behind bars to his fans where he accused Jamaican law enforcement of conspiring to end his career.
“Everything as it relates to my case is a fabrication, everything is fabricated,” Vybz Kartel wrote. Don’t know whose corn I may have stepped on in the past but it is now coming back to haunt me.”
Vybz Kartel new trial date is set for November 18 where he is expecting to begin trial.
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