Munga Honorebel gets bail extended

Thursday, February 22, 2018

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Munga Honorebel had his bail extended when he appeared in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court in Half-Way-Tree yesterday.

The entertainer, whose given name is Damian Rhoden, is charged in connection with the murder of Cleveland Smith last year. Smith was shot and killed at a dance in the community of Ackee Walk in St Andrew.

Yesterday when the matter was called up in the Gun Court division, Rhoden's bail was extended for him to return to court on April 18, 2018. He is being represented by attorney-at-law Christopher Townsend.

The entertainer got his break in 2005 when he teamed up with producer Don Corleon. Among his tracks are Flippin Rhymes, Ina Mi Arms, and Bad From Me Born.

— Racquel Porter

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