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Super Cat arrives in Jamaica

Published: Sunday December 22, 2013 | 1:26 pm Comments 0

Davina Henry, Staff Reporter

The Don Dadda Super Cat touched down at the Norman Manley international Airport in the wee hours of this morning.

The deejay was quickly whisked away to a secret location by limousine and is said to be preparing for his homecoming party, which will be held at the Cockburn Gardens Primary & Junior High School Football Field, 118 Hagley Park Road, St Andrew at 12:30 pm.

After that, Super Cat will be moving on to the Captain's Bakery at the Portmore Mall for a meet and greet with his fans.

Keona Williams, Sting's social media manager, told The Gleaner that Super Cat expressed excitement to be back in Jamaica and was even doing push ups to show that he was fit and ready for Sting this coming Thursday at Jamworld in Portmore.

Sting will be celebrating its 30th anniversary. Super Cat has not performed in Jamaica since 2001.


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