Buju Banton’s daughter Abihail Myrie dismisses reports she is missing
A family quarrel.
This is how Buju Banton’s son Jahazeil Myrie described the situation that put his sister Abihail and his father at odds, during the last 12 dramatic hours that saw Abihail accuse the ‘Til Shiloh artist for attempting to strangle her, and in turn, he filed a disappearance report for her with the Jamaican Police Force.
Maurice McCurdy, Abihail’s lawyer, later told the Jamaica Gleaner this afternoon that Abihail’s mother, Lorna Strachan, had informed Constant Spring police that her daughter was safe. Strachan is the mother of five of Buju’s children.
Abihail, a 21-year-old model, also confirmed that she was not absent and berated her Twitter followers who asked for proof that she was alive and well. She also said her sister Jodian had teamed up with Buju to report her disappearance, as they “didn’t want her alive.”
“I don’t miss it. They lie. My sister Jodian and my father are doing this because I have proven that he mistreated me. and was violent, not only to me, but everyone around him and them. They’re doing this to cheat on you all because they’re trying to kill me, “she tweeted Tuesday night.
“How can I, my father’s ‘princess’, be gone and he’s so nonchalant about it.” not a single post. come on, ”she added.
The Gleaner newspaper first reported this afternoon that Abihail had been missing since Saturday, October 9 and that Jamaican police were seeking the public’s help in locating Abihail, who is from an address in West Meade, Belgrade. Heights in Kingston 19.
The disappearance report came hours after a series of photographs were posted on her Instagram account accusing her father of physically assaulting her.
Jahaziel says it’s a family feud
This morning Jahazeil posted on Twitter that the situation was nothing more than a father-daughter feud, which he does not want to get involved in. Hours later, after the missing persons report was made for Abihail, Jahazeil categorically denied the disappearance of his little sister.
Jahaziel, in a series of tweets he started posting shortly before 10 a.m., also said he didn’t want anything to do with the drama, and shortly after 5 p.m. noted that, “My sister is not missing. not all of that is a lie “.
“Please, I’m not part of the family feud. I separate myself from everyone and everything because I make music and it’s going to affect me and my career, I don’t know what to say… I make my music by myself if you notice it, don’t m ‘not imply,’ he wrote. in a single tweet.