In just over a month, the Reggae superstar will have served his 10-year prison sentence for drug trafficking.
Buju Banton who is presently being housed at the McRae Correctional Facility in Georgia, is set to be released on December 8, 2018, and will be deported back to Jamaica shortly after.
According to Banton’s publicist, Ronnie Tomlinson, he is in good spirits and is anxiously awaiting the day he is no longer a guest of the United States penal system.
“Buju is in good spirits and is counting down the days, as we all are,” Tomlinson said.
The “Untold Stories” singer’s first live appearance is slated to take place in Jamaica with a date and venue to be announced, she added. “A concert is being arranged for Jamaica. It will be promoted by his team in cooperation with other entities.”
Despite his incarceration the deejay has managed to keep busy over the last few months, launching several ventures in anticipation of his release, including a clothing line “Everything BB,” which features t-shirts that display his image and likeness.