By M. Jodee
OutAroad Freelance Writer
Just when everyone thought the drama involving Dancehall superstar, Mr. Vegas and his baby's mother, Shellian McBayne had subsided, visual evidence has now emerged to add more controversy to this high-profile scandal.
A war of words played out last week between Mr. Vegas and McBayne after the entertainer claimed that he caught his baby's mother sleeping with another man in his home. Vegas, who went on a day-long Twitter tirade about what he witnessed, also alleged that McBayne committed this act in front of their one-year-old daughter, a claim that the entertainer's baby mother firmly denied.
The drama then spewed into the mainstream media where McBayne blasted Vegas in an interview with prominent talk show host, Kingsley
'Ragashanti' Stewart, insisting that the Bruk It Dung singer was unfaithful during their relationship and that she did not cheat on him given that they were broken up at the time of this most recent incident. Mr. Vegas quickly retorted on an interview with New York radio station, HOT 97, where he revealed that McBayne got married in the United States behind his back in an attempt to obtain citizenship in the United States while expressing fears over being able to see his daughter again, given that he has no legal rights to her as a result of the baby being born in wedlock overseas.
Over the weekend, more salacious details emerged about the tenuous relationship between Vegas and McBayne, with stills from a security video that was captured inside the artiste's home. While it's unknown if Vegas himself issued those pictures, Jamaican gossip website, jamaicagroupiemet.com published photos of McBayne and her supposed lover in bed while the baby wanders into the room after initially being led into a play area before the alleged act was committed.
On Monday, the website also published a post entitled, Just Tek In Shelli, allegedly showing text exchanges between McBayne and a close friend of Mr. Vegas discussing the possibility of a sexually transmitted disease (STD) that she claims she contracted from the artiste while also insisting that the entertainer was involved with other women.
Comments have littered the website, with most of them calling McBayne a litany of bad names, accusing her of using Mr. Vegas for her own benefit.
Mr. Vegas commented on Thursday night that he would no longer do interviews about the matter and has since been in the United States performing stage shows as he promotes his successful double album, Sweet Jamaica.