Dancehall deejay Stylo G who had his travel documents stolen during a recent robbery met with the Jamaican High Commission in London on Monday.
The Jamaican-born British entertainer says the Consular Department is working to provide an Emergency Travel Document to facilitate urgent travel to Jamaica to honour his music commitments.
Recently, Stylo G was the victim of a robbery and his Jamaican passport, driver’s license, and other identification were among the items stolen from his car.
In related news, Stylo G has been confirmed for the 2020 staging of Reggae Sumfest slated to take place at Catherine Hall in Montego Bay. He’s expected to perform on Festival Night 1 on July 17, along with Spice and Daddy 1.