Dancehall artiste Kemar Highcon arrested for alleged grand theft auto in Florida


(Jamaica Observer) – Dancehall artiste Kemar Highcon has been arrested in the US and slapped with a grand theft auto charge which is a third degree felony.

According to Broward County public records, the arrest was made on May 5 in Florida.

Efforts to get a comment from the Sauce Boss’ management team proved futile.

Kemar Highcon, born Kemar Woodfine, lives in Stamford, Connecticut.

He got his breakthrough with So Saucy in 2019 and kept his momentum with the follow up, Talk Bout.

Highcon soon landed sponsorship deals and became an ambassador for Digicel and Pizza Hut.

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