Dancehall entertainer Moses ‘Beenie man’ Davis was this morning charged with assault, occasioning bodily harm when he went to the Hunts Bay Police Station
Beenie Man was charged after a lengthy interview with detectives
at the Hunts Bay Police Station. He was charged and given station bail.
Beenie Man's charge arose out of an altercation with LA Lewis after
the funeral of Oneil Edwards, deceased Voicemail member last Saturday.
The usually effervescent Beenie shied away from reporters from The
Gleaner who tried to get a comment from him. He was eventually whisked
away through the rear exit of the station and bundled into a heavily
tinted Toyota Coaster Bus parked at the front of the station.
Members of Beenie's entourage told the Gleaner that he would appear
in court sometime next month, as he was leaving immediately for a
European tour this month.
Beenie's latest troubles stem from an incident when Lewis
reportedly slammed into the back of Beenie Man's Audi as both were
leaving Edward's funeral. It is alleged that an argument developed
between the two, during which Lewis was punched in the face.
Lewis said he was distracted by one of the men in the deejay's
entourage and when he turned away he was hit in the left side of the
The self-proclaimed seven-star general said he reported the incident to the Duhaney Park Police Station.