Man killed at Supa Hype’s studio following argument between Gyptian and DJ Frass!

Tragedy took hold of Prominent Dancehall producer, Steven “Supa Hype” Davis’ studio on Monday after a man was reportedly killed following an argument that developed between Dancehall/Reggae superstar, Gyptian & veteran Dancehall producer, DJ Frass.

Reportedly, Gyptian & DJ Frass were discussing a track that the “Nah Let Go” singer had voiced on Frass’ Riddim while at Supa Hype’s Studio at Dumbarton Avenue in St. Andrew. The discussion then evolved into a heated argument between the Dancehall/Reggae personalities; prompting Frass, real name Kimani Palmer to leave the studio. When Frass returned, he allegedly brought men with him; one of them grabbing Gyptian, real name Windel Beneto Edwards in the waist.

The argument reached its breaking point when one of the men appeared to be reaching towards his waist for a gun. That’s when one of Gyptian’s friends pulled his gun and shot after the man; killing him on the spot. No further details of the incident have been released at this time.

DJ Frass is renowned for several hit Riddims such as the Israel Riddim, The Shadow Riddim & more recently, the Hot Patty Riddim featuring an exchange of diss songs between disc jock turned deejay Tony Matterhorn & popular comedic duo, Twin of Twins.

Meanwhile, Gyptian, who scored the internationally acclaimed & award winning single, “Hold Yuh” in 2010 is renowned for classics such as “Beautiful Lady,” “I Can Feel Your Pain” & “Serious Times.

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