Dancehall artiste Munga Honorable's travel ban was officially lifted Wednesday in the Supreme Court after his legal team made a successful application to have the artiste cleared to travel overseas for a protracted length of time.
"We applied to the Supreme Court today for the travel ban to be lifted and the judge granted our application and granted permission for him to travel until November, his next court date, and his passport was returned to him," Christopher Townsend, Munga's attorney-at-law, told Loop News reporter Claude Mills.
Munga, whose real name is Damian Rhoden, is charged with the murder of artiste Cleveland Smith, who was shot dead at 315 Molynes Road, Kingston 20, about 1:00 am on February 12, 2017. The murder case has been in "case management" for several months.
Munga, whose career spans nearly two decades, got his break in 2005 when he teamed up with producer Don Corleon. Among his tracks are 'In My Arms', 'Flippin Rhymes', 'Bad From Me Born' and his recent hit single, 'Nah Mad Ova'.
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