ENTERTAINERS WANT JUSTICE FOR KHANICE JACKSON

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The entertainment fraternity is continuing to speak out against violence against women and children following the death of 20-year-old Khanice Jackson, an accounting clerk of Portmore, St Catherine.

During an Instagram live, Tanya Stephens spoke about how women are objectified in the media and that she sympathizes with women who have been sexually assaulted. Beenie Man, Shenseea, Spice, Kranium and others also took to social media to condemn Khanice’s murder and violence against women and children.

Other artistes such as Teejay and Popcaan have offered musical tributes to Khanice Jackson and her family.

Popcaan released part two to his previously released single, ‘Jungle Justice’, in which he calls for harsher punishment for perpetrators of violence against women. Teejay released an untitled song late last week, which was endorsed by his manager, Romeich Major of Romeich Entertainment.