Fans of embattled Dancehall superstar, Busy Signal, won’t have to wait too long before they see the ‘Hot Head’ back on the road as the prominent singjay will be released from jail this November.
Busy Signal copped a six month prison term during a sentencing hearing in a U.S. courtroom on Friday. However, the Step Out singer will only have to serve two more months in prison as time previously served was taken into consideration.
A tweet emerged from Busy Signal’s official Twitter account, currently run by his manager,Shane Brown. The tweet read, “Busy will be out November. Tell the world!”
The internationally-acclaimed entertainer has spent time in a Minnesota penitentiary since June after being extradited to the United States on a charge of absconding bail. The charge stemmed from a 2002 incident in which Busy allegedly skipped a court appearance and subsequently fled the U.S. while facing drug charges in Minnesota.
Busy Signal was initially arrested by United Kingdom based law enforcement officials on the suspicion that he was using false documents. Busy, whose real name is Glendale Goshia Gordon had been going under the name, Reanno Gordon.
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