Again as a horrifying murder of a young Jamaican woman hits the island, the dancehall group has expressed its displeasure. Many hoped Khanice Jackson, 20, would be found alive after her family declared her missing after she left home on Tuesday.
On a TV media story, her mother claimed that the last time she saw her daughter was when she left for work on Tuesday. Khanice did not show up for work, and she did not call in sick, according to her.
She said she was later informed by concerned coworkers who noted her punctual presence.
All expectations were shattered on Friday when police revealed that a young woman later identified as Ms. Jackson’s body had been discovered bound at the neck and half-naked, raising fears that she had been raped before being murdered.
According to one newspaper, the body was in a state of late decomposition process.
Many male musicians took to social media to condemn violence against women as police combed through leads and confirmed the arrest of a suspect.
Look like ig support rapist to🤔unu go delete the whole bloodclath account and not just the video, and go suck unu muma!!!!!😐— Popcaan (@PopcaanMusic) March 26, 2021
Police have arrested one suspect in the murder so far, amid Jamaicans’ indignation and sorrow over women’s abuse.