Flippa Moggela's brother sentenced to 20 years for role in US drug ring
The brother of Jamaican entertainer Flippa Moggela has been sentenced to 20 years in prison in the United States.
Kemar Davis was sentenced in a New Jersey courtroom yesterday for his role in a major drug ring which US authorities say Flippa Moggela directed from Jamaica and his New Jersey home.
Kemar Davis and another brother, Roger Davis, both pleaded guilty for their roles in the ring, which reportedly shipped kilogrammes of cocaine between the states of California and New Jersey.
Roger Davis is serving a 10-year prison sentence.
Flippa Moggela, whose given name is Andrew Davis, is awaiting sentencing following his conviction last December on charges of first-degree distribution of cocaine and second-degree money laundering.