According to reports, the Jamaica Constabulary Force are currently conducting a probe into the authenticity and origin of a footage circulating online that purportedly shows the Montego Bay-based Dancehall entertainer handling a firearm with a special drum magazine.
Squash, whose given name is Andre’ Whittaker, is no stranger to police investigations. The deejay was released from police custody back in January after he had been held under the Emergency Powers Act last year August 8, when he was detained during the state of public emergency.
News of the investigation comes just days ahead of Squash’s highly anticipated Reggae Sumfest debut.
The “Money Fever” deejay and his 6ix camp will be closing Dancehall night on July 19. Squash deejay alongside Chronic Law, Jahvillani, Shane E and Unknown Gringo will bring down the curtains inside the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex.