Fast rising dancehall entertainer Kevaun Douglas more popularly known as Skeng, is still trying to make it to Guyana after his airport arrest yesterday at The Norman Manley International Airport.

The ‘Protocol’ artiste was reportedly pulled from a flight to Trinidad by police authorities after he got into a heated argument with a member of the Port Security. He was reportedly ‘pepper sprayed’ during the incident.

The Zee reached out to the entertainer’s attorney, Christopher Townsend, who told us that Skeng “is doing well and eager to perform” and that “the airline does not see him as a threat”, in fact he is scheduled to leave the island sometime today to honour his commitment.

Skeng is scheduled to headline ‘Baderation’ alongside Shaneil Muir and Young Bredda in Guyana May 27.