Artistes pay tribute to Dancehall star J Capri

After news broke on Friday morning that celebrated Dancehall star J Capri born Phillips Jordan succumbed to her injuries, tributes are flowing in from the Dancehall fraternity on social media.

J Capri passed on early Friday while undergoing treatment at The University Hospital of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica.

The sad news hit fans and the entertainment fraternity hard, against the background of earlier reports that doctors at The University Hospital of the West Indies, where the singer was hospitalized, believed she had great potential of full recovery.

J Capri crashed her white Mercedes Benz C-Class on November 22 along Barbican Road in Kingston.

She was pulled from the wreckage by a group of good Samaritans who rushed her to the hospital.

She suffered several broken bones and a serious head injury as a result of the crash. Sadly, the Reverse It singer succumbed to her injuries.

Several Dancehall celebrities have taken to social media to mourn the late singer.

Spice (Grace Hamilton)

“OMG R.I.P Jordan J Capri…words can’t explain how this sad news is making me feel right Now. The thought of hearing you talk about your dreams when we used to talk makes it hurt even more because I knew you would get there. We used to say we are sisters because of our resemblance; we laughed so hard together.”

“My last memory with you was in Europe together and I’ll never forget how happy we were. I never got a chance to tell you that I LOVE YOU but I think you could feel it. Sleep in paradise J my heart is bleeding for you. My condolences to the Family,” she added.

Lady Saw (Marion Hall)

“My heart is saddened… I met her in July at Hype TV and she was bubbly so full of life and into character before she went on to perform… My heart goes out to her family and friends #RIP J Capri.”

Bounty Killer (Rodney Price)

“Jah know Jah only you know! R.I.P Artist J Capri. Gone Too Soon.”

Konshens (Garfield Delano Spence)

“Cut away too short but God knows everything. RIP. Condolences to the family and friends; saw what you did what you were doing and what you were about to do. I hope Jamaica, Dancehall and music lovers worldwide understand who and WHAT we just lost.”

Beenie Man (Anthony Moses David)

“Such a huge loss in Dancehall, you were truly a superstar. #RIPJCapri.”

Skatta Burrell (Cordel Burell)

“#Gonetoosoon up this morning to this awful news. Anyone who knew @jcapri_hcr will tell you she’s more than a beautiful soul. I can only say condolences to all her friends and family because no words will ever take away the heartache they feeling. #LifeIs2short #CherishYourLifeFolks.”

Charly Black (Desmond Mendez)

“I won’t accept this news right now ok,” he wrote.