Tommy Lee Sparta Clears Rumors of Involvement in Gang Violence
Following rumors of his involvement in unlawful activities, the dancehall star addressed the speculations and cleared his name in an official statement, underscoring his dedication to rebuilding his life
Tommy Lee Sparta, addressed recent rumors (Photo: Jamar Cleary)
Dancehall heavyweight Tommy Lee Sparta has addressed recent rumors surrounding his alleged involvement in gang violence. These reports had been circulating in the media in recent days.
Tommy Lee Sparta, who was released from prison earlier this year, made it clear that he has been dedicated to rehabilitating himself and turning his life around over the past few years. "After serving his sentence for past mistakes, he has been committed to living an honest life, focusing on his music and the positive impact he can make in the community. The allegations linking him to recent gang activities are wholly unfounded and without merit".
In a press release issued by his team, they emphasized the importance of maintaining accuracy and fairness in media reporting. They called on both the public and the media to recognize the progress and changes that Tommy Lee Sparta has made in his life, acknowledging that he has moved past his troubled history.
Tommy Lee Sparta was released from the Horizon Remand Centre in Kingston in March after serving a two-year prison sentence. Despite his time behind bars, he managed to release hit songs like 'Protocol' with Skeng, which has accumulated over 63 million views on YouTube, and "Guzu Banx & Fada Rock" featuring Valiant.
Following his release, he made a strong comeback, headlining at Sumfest 2023 and delivering an impressive performance at 'Your Best Weekend Ever' event. He showcased several hit singles, including "Tic Tac Toe" with Rvssian & Valiant and "Helicopter" featuring the American rapper, Trippie Redd. His latest release, "Touch The Road," was produced by his hometown producer Damage Musiq, known for his contribution to many of Tommy Lee's past hits.
Tommy Lee Sparta, cleared his name (Photo: Jamar Cleary)