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Singjay Teflon’s road manager killed by gunmen

Monday, April 07, 2014    

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RICARDO Lowe, road manager for singjay Teflon, died last Friday in an attack by gunmen in Denham Town, west Kingston.

Police say Lowe, known as Blackman, was among 11 persons shot during the assault that took place at 8:30 pm.

A 12-year-old boy was also killed.

Raymond Small, Teflon's publicist, told the Observer that the entertainer and Lowe knew each other for 10 years.

He had been Teflon's road manager for the last 18 months.

Small says Lowe and Teflon met last Friday and spoke by phone one hour before his death about a distribution deal for Teflon's new album, Next Dimension.

Ricardo Lowe, who was from west Kingston, is survived by four children.

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