Aidonia receives support from entertainment fraternity after son's passing
Several tributes poured in on social media in the wake of the death of nine-year-old King Khalif Lawrence, son of dancehall entertainer Aidonia and his wife Kimberly Megan, who passed away over the weekend after battling brain cancer for several years. (Photo: Aidonia4thgenna)

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Several tributes poured in on social media in the wake of the death of nine-year-old King Khalif Lawrence, son of dancehall entertainer Aidonia and his wife Kimberly Megan, who passed away over the weekend after ailing for sometime.

Shaggy shared in an Instagram post: “My condolences to @aidonia4thgenna and his wife Kimberly’. … who lost their only child Khalif earlier today …my heart aches for their loss… it’s unimaginable the lost (sic) of a child. Sending prayers!”

Macka Diamond was saddened and perplexed by the loss, writing: “I’m trying to process this news. *crying emojis* Condolences to Aidonia and family. *prayer hand emoji*”

I-Octane appeared to be devastated by the news, sharing in an Instagram post that : “Me feel it @aidonia4thgenna Bredda my prayers go up for you and you wife Sorry Brenda, Well it mi G.”

Producer Skatta Burrell, who once managed Aidonia, wrote: “Sheldon your loss is our loss! You’re forever fam and the pain you feel, I can’t even imagine how immensely devastated you must be."

Shenseea also reacted on Twitter, writing: "My heart is breaking for u Aidonia and Kim omg *heartbreak emojis* mercy".

Other social media users reacted to the devastating news.

"I'm still in shock concerning the news about Aidonia and Kimberly's son. Whaat?! I can't even imagine what they have been going through over the last couple of months, praying, crying, worrying, asking God for a breakthrough, pouring out their hearts! #CondolencestotheLawrences," one wrote.

Another added: "RIP TO AIDONIA SON KHALIF *tears emojis* Khalif had been battling with Brain Cancer for a while and had to be going overseas for treatment, he fought to the end *prayer hands emojis* My condolences to his family *prayer hands emojis* #aidonia #4thgenna #rip #ripkhalif #fcancer

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