The rumbling Volcano that was the romance between deejay Beenie Man and D’angel erupted into a climactic spectacle on Tuesday, with the two ending up in a full on-the-street brawl in Kingston.
Members of the public could only stand in drop-jaw amazement as the two publicly traded heated words in full view of friends and onlookers in New Kingston.
The source of the confrontation seemed to stem from Beenie Man’s attempt to remove furniture and supplies from the ‘Mafia House’ booking agency building on Garelli Avenue.
Reports from sources close to the deejay said Beenie received a phone call from the Mafia House Booking agency, the label he called his own last year after a bitter split with deejay Don Mafia. The person on the phone allegedly told Beenie Man that Mafia House no longer worked with him, and they would no longer be taking bookings for him.
According to persons at the scene, Beenie Man arrived with a group of men and began to move furniture out of the building. D’Angel arrived shortly afterwards and reportedly got into a rage on seeing the furniture on the move.
“She go upstairs and start gwaan a way when she see that, a seh how she work hard fi get the things dem and almost lift up her skirt,” one eye witness told OutAroad.com.
“Beenie Man came down the stairs calm and easy and Angel kept going on bad and it never look good…my boss try tell him fi calm her down but Beenie Man tell him seh a so she gwaan and a dem things deh she love and he didn’t want to get involved.”
By then a crowd had started to gather on the street to witness the unfolding spectacle, which instead of cooling down, only got worse.
Eyewitnesses also said that an associate of D’Angel then said to her not to worry, because her lawyer was on the way and the matter would be cleared up soon.
The police later arrived and so did a man said to be the lawyer, who discussed matters with Beenie Man and his crew. The drama ended with Beenie’s Man’s team having to take the furniture back upstairs into the building. It’s said that he will make a court appearance later this month to iron out the legal matters associated with the building and the assets inside.