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Beenie Vs D'Angel Continues...

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Mistajam | 10:04 UK time, Thursday, 16 August 2007

Ah lawd! The saga between Beenie Man and his estranged wife continues on and on and on and on. A couple of weeks after their very public break up on Irie FM, yesterday saw the couple fighting in the street over the contents of Beenie & D'Angel's "Mafia House" studios. According to the Jamaica Star:

"The staff of several New Kingston establishments rushed from their desks and on to the streets to make the stand-off between D'Angel and her husband, Beenie Man, their business, yesterday. Beenie who had gone to the studio (Mafia House) to remove items was in for a surprise after he was barred by his wife, her attorney and the police.

"Moses come roun' here and did what he did, I came to stop him, a Angel dis," D'Angel said in defiance. Not surprisingly, sections of the crowd took side, cheering for either husband or wife. "Go way, me a Angel sista," said an obviously angry woman. Putting her fingers at her throat to mimic slashing, she shouted: "A Spanish Town me come from wey wi cut throat. Go way bwoy bout you a call me sista Tek flight. Why you have to call her a ..tch?"

"Dem a husban' and wife and me no gone peep out dem business. I don't go inside there. It is between them," she said.

In the heat of the afternoon sun the two removal trucks laden with an array of furniture and office equipment and their hapless drivers bore testimony to Beenie's efforts to reclaim what he said was his. D'Angel's car forcibly blocked the trucks inside the venue as she dealt with her husband in full view of the lawmen. "Beenie caan manage Angel, she gi him some ralick a while ago," said an onlooker who was quick to tell the STAR team on arrival what he had seen. He also disclosed that D'Angel was raucous when she first arrived, but had since calmed down. Inside the venue stood 'The Doctor' Beenie Man surrounded by the police as his wife flipped through files taken from a desk that was perched on one one of the trucks. She calmly checked all the furniture that her husband was attempting to remove from their shared establishment. According to sources close to D'Angel, all the furniture that Beenie Man was trying to remove was bought and owned by D'Angel.

While persons affiliated with the artistes said that the media should leave the entertainers to 'their business', one onlooker commented, "Low di media. When dem did a married dem call media. Now dem must mek di media see what going on here. Jamaica want to know."

Soon a barrage of police personnel arrived on the scene to attempt to bring some order. At one point D'Angel was seen pointing to her husband as she explained to the police that she had bought the furniture.

A defeated Beenie Man was heard asking the police officer: "Can I close it down, can I close down my offices?" "I am the owner and founder," he declared. Sadly, D'Angel stood and watched her confused husband as he talked to the police.

Obviously upset, Beenie Man then approached a videographer and ordered him to turn on his camera as he angrily said his piece. A short tussle ensued as D'Angel's lawyer prevented 'The Doctor' from talking to the media. D'Angel then sauntered to the cameraman and simply said, "Erase di tape."

Men and women on the premises shouted, "Angel mek your say", but she refused and walked away. However, Mr. and Mrs. Davis are not ones to refuse the limelight, as in the midst of their dilemma, a group of children asked Beenie Man for an autograph, after getting one they stomped over to D'Angel, who graciously agreed to sign on the same piece of paper. Beenie Man powerlessly stormed outside to his car as every media possible crowded the gates vying for an interview with 'The Doctor'. Inside, a sad D'Angel took pictures with fans who inquired about Marco Dean, who she said was at home.

While the persons inside Mafia House were sympathetic to the artiste, outside they spared no love for D'Angel as they slurred her name. One robust woman loudly shouted, "She talk bout Beenie Man nuh wah Spice and look wah happen to har, Angel ever a hype. See wah happen to har. She shoulda neva seh dat." Onlookers stood by making speculations at what happened. One woman asked another, "Whey di D'Angel is?" The other snidely replied "She roun di back, a try construct her sentences." Another female made reference to D'Angel's famous 'cooking' abilities, which had impressed Beenie Man and shouted, "A likkle powder a sprinkle here." One male was overheard commenting, "Right now, next stage show she go pon a million dollar stage show dat."

While the crowd battered D'Angel's reputation outside, a source close to the artiste told the STAR that all men should be ashamed of their behaviour after what happened. By the time the STAR team left Mafia House crowds of media personnel were on the scene as the onlookers slowly dispersed. Eventually, the movers reversed the trucks and order was restored."


Obviously Beenie has never seen this *WARNING, CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE*


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    • At 09:55 PM on 21 Sep 2007,
    • Eleithia wrote:

    that wedding should never have took place if it was not based on love if it was on little misunderstanding should not have parted u"all. And it was too commercial!!!!!!!!!!

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