Kanye West is usually the topic of conversation wherever he goes and his presence in Jamaica is no different.
The All of the Lights rapper was spotted with reggae legend Buju Banton in a studio – seemingly Banton’s St Andrew base- on Friday, September 18, and has now popped in in St Ann.
Popular restaurant Plantation Smokehouse, located in Richmond, just outside of Ocho Rios in the parish, posted two pics of the music mogul to its Instagram page.
In one, the mask-less rapper was seen with the restaurant’s staff, all of whom were sporting masks.
The artiste again came under fire for seemingly flouting the island’s coronavirus protocols, with many of the post’s interactions being users asking why West was without a mask.
One said, “When yuh money tall yuh nuh affi wear a mask at @plantationsmokehouse” while another added, “Quarantine stop keep…”
Some shared their relief that, at least, the staff were wearing masks.
The question of West serving a 14-day quarantine period was one asked numerous times under the post with Banton, and now under this most recent sighting, as the country’s coronavirus cases continue to climb towards the 5000-mark.
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Jamaica’s coronavirus cases stand at 4,988 with 67 recorded deaths.