Rygin King performs at Reggae Sumfest 2018. (PHOTO: Marlon Reid)
The management team of rising dancehall star Rygin King is denying rumours that there was an altercation backstage between the artiste's entourage and popular emcee, Nuffy.
"That is just a rumour. No one dissed Nuffy; we and Nuffy good. During the performance, Nuffy was attempting to administrate during the middle of Rygin's performance and the artiste merely wanted to execute a good performance for the fans. So there are no hard feelings, the artiste sings too much positive music and uplifting music to do something like that," Ramsay, a member of Rygin King's management team told Loop News.
The entertainer, dubbed dancehall's 'young king', made his debut performance at this year's festival. At the end of his allotted time, he kept going much to the delight of the fans, but to the annoyance of stage manager Worrell King.
However, the Glendevon native showed perserverance and determination to remain onstage and complete his set, much to the delight of his legion of cheering fans.