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Tommy Lee Sparta Alleged In Prison Getting His Hair Braided By A Man In Viral Video

Tommy Lee Sparta went viral this week over an alleged video of the dancehall star in prison getting his hair braided by another man who appears to be an inmate. The dancehall star is once again proving that being in jail is no different than if he was on the road, as a new video of the artist shows that he is healthy and in good spirits as he addresses the camera while music plays in the background.
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Tommy Lee Sparta Hints In New Song He Was Setup By Friends

Tommy Lee Sparta released two new singles on Friday, April 9, where he seemingly addressed his legal troubles. The Dancehall artiste, whose real name is Leroy Russell, also released the new animation for his recent song “Weh U Woulda Do” a few hours after dropping a gritty single, “3 Point.” The later, which is another way of referring to life, is a gritty dancehall track that involves its fair share of violence and threats.
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Tommy Lee Sparta Says 15 Dancehall Artists Collab “Brighter Days” Took 3 Years

Tommy Lee Sparta says “Brighter Days” took him three years to record with 15 dancehall artists. On Friday, Jamaica welcomed what many describe as one of “the biggest collaboration in dancehall history.” The song titled “Brighter Days” features up to 15 Jamaican artists promoting peace, unity, and love amid a surge of violence and crime in Jamaica. Produced by Silver Birds Records, “Brighter Days” has the voices of Tommy Lee Sparta, Julian Marley, Bounty Killer, Jahvillani, Gyptian, Anthony B, Dre Island, Maestro Don, Kiprich, Turbulence, Wasp, Zj Liquid, Leaha, and Mr. Pike.
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Tommy Lee Sparta To Remain In Jail Until March But Remains Good Spirit Says Manager

Tommy Lee Sparta was remanded in custody on Wednesday when he appeared in court. The Montego Bay-deejay appeared in the Gun Court in Kingston via Zoom video conference due to COVID-19 restrictions. The artiste’s attorney was unable to secure bond as the judge ruled to remand him in custody until his next court hearing set for March 24. Sources told Urban Islandz that he is gearing up to fight for his freedom and believes he will be fully exonerated of the charges.
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Tommy Lee Sparta Drops “Holding On” Video From Behind Bars

Dancehall entertainer Tommy Lee Sparta has been labeled as one of the genre’s bad boys ever since getting his big break with the Vybz Kartel-led Portmore Empire. His numerous run-ins with law enforcement have only bolstered his image of being a gangster. It is also earned him frequent stays behind bars, with his latest coming after police allegedly discovered an illegal gun on his person when while conducting checks in an upscale area of the country’s capital.