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Krista Henry, Staff Reporter jamaica star



Blak Ryno

It's now official that deejay Blak Ryno, one of the Portmore Empire's top guns, has officially left the Gaza.

Earlier this week rumours had begun circulating once again that Ryno had officially left the Empire. The deejay, however, contacted THE STAR to confirm that as of yesterday, he is no longer in the Vybz Kartel-led Portmore Empire.

Born Romaine Anderson, Ryno has been a member of the Portmore Empire since January 2007, where he was officially signed to Kartel's Adidjaheim Records and made his name with songs such as Thugs Anthem,Bend Over among others.

Months prior to this, rumours had been circulating in the streets and on the Internet that relations between the young deejay and his Gaza camp had not been good, with speculations that he, among other members have been beaten on a regular basis. Ryno has however, denied to THE STAR all rumours of being beaten or having witnessed any beatings on the Gaza.

unwilling to say much

Speaking briefly to THE STAR, Ryno was unwilling to say much on the matter yesterday, only admitting that relations between himself and the Empire were still good.

Ryno is the third deejay to have departed the Empire recently, the first being late last year when Lisa Hyper was expelled from the organisation after the Empire 'unanimously agreed' to end their professional relationship with the female deejay. This development came shortly after a compromising picture was leaked on the Internet of Hyper.

In January, a newcomer to the Portmore Empire, Gaza Kim willingly left the Empire after an incident which took place in the 'Big Yard' community off Mannings Hill Road. Gaza Kim, who now goes by the name Kym, was severely beaten on the Gaza by what sources say was orders from Kartel. However, Kartel denied the claims.

This week rumours also began circulating once more that singer Jah Vinci had also left the Empire as well, when contacted on Tuesday, however, Jah Vinci responded, "Gaza fi life."

STAR of the month Demarco brought a bit of his high energy and jovial personality to the offices of THE STAR last Tuesday for the phone chat.

While the online chat was scheduled for last Tuesday as well, due to technical difficulties the chat has been postponed. Action on the phone lines may have been a bit slow, but Demarco was having fun making jokes and keeping persons nearby entertained. For the fans that did get to speak with the artiste, they expressed their admiration of the producer/musician/artiste.

He said, "the phone chat was good you know, cause people acknowledged me and my talent. People called and said mi talented and dem neva know mi coulda do so many things until dem did read it in di STAR and dem gimme me props."

The singjay also told fans to expect a number of things from him in the future, including a new rhythm, singles and his album.

- Krista Henry









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