Popular Jamaican socialite Stephanie Gregg, the 26-year-old daughter of former race car driver Gary Gregg and the niece of Dancehall producer Rvssian, has died.
According to reports, Gregg died due to Covid-19 related complications in Miami on Tuesday.
Many high profile Jamaicans took to social media to offer their condolences. Popcaan commented, “No way!”, Yanique Curvy Diva said, “Still can’t believe RIP”, Jamaican- Canadian Model, Winnie Harlow commented, ” Sending you love ❤️🙏🏽 so sorry for your loss Rvssian, keeping you in my prayers!”
Rvssian, on his page, penned a moving post that read in part “I feel helpless 💔💔💔 my little Steffie @svg876_ I feel I failed you and couldn’t protect you from this.. COVID is REAL, You don’t know until it hits home 😭I lost you & daddy in the same week 😭 You were one of the happiest persons Ever & always had a great vibe & you lit the room up with your energy….Your mom is one of the strongest women I know & you got that from her – literal twins… I promise to take care of her for you because she lost her dad and you, her daughter in one week and that can break anyone.”
Romeich Major, dancer Desha Ravers and social media personality Prince Pine, also expressed their sadness at her passing.
Just last week, Rvssian shared on Instagram that his dad passed away. He was 81. His father Michael Johnston, better known as Micron, was a producer himself. He co-founded Micron Music Limited, a label he founded with Ronnie Burke in 1971.