Munga Honorable was not driving at the time of Saturday morning’s three-vehicle collision in St Catherine which left a Canadian woman dead.
The Dancehall entertainer’s attorney, Christopher Townsend, believes that Munga is unlikely to face charges following the fatal accident.
Townsend refuted initial police reports, citing that if the authorities do their investigation properly, they would realise the car was stopped in Mandeville by police for a spot check and the deejay was in the back sleeping.
“[Munga] was sleeping in the back seat with the young lady after having performed on a show. The car was in fact rented by the young lady, who is a Canadian citizen, and most of the damage to the car was sustained in the rear of the vehicle. That is why it was primarily Munga and her who sustained injuries, which suggests they were in the same place (at the time of the collision),” Townsend said.
According to reports, about 5:50 am Saturday morning, the driver of the Toyota Axio, with three passengers aboard including Dancehall entertainer Munga Honorable, lost control of the vehicle, which collided with a Suzuki Vitara motor vehicle that then collided with a Hiace bus.
Tashana Cumbermack, a 26-year-old of a Canadian address, who was reportedly in the back seat of the Toyota Axio, died as a result of injuries she sustained in the collision.
Back in 2017, the “Bad From Mi Born” deejay was charged with the murder of Cleveland Smith, a nephew of fellow artiste, Mr Vegas. Last year the trial was transferred to the Supreme Court.
Munga Honourable recently got his career back on track with the success of “Nah Mad (Ova Nuh Gyal)”. The deejay first dropped the Hilltop Records and Ajusdivybz Music-produced single back in October and amassed 1 million streams on the official audio.