Cure Offers to Buy Sweet For Kids But Demands Change From J$500

Jah Cure came under fire last week by a woman on social media who claims he disrespected her.

According to her, she saw the Grammy-nominated singer in her community while on her way to a local shop to buy sweets for her child.

The woman claims Jah Cure who offered to pay for the items gave her JMD $500 with instructions to bring back his correct change after the purchase.

A seemingly irate mother, immediately took to her Facebook account blasting the Cure claiming she felt disrespected by him and wasn’t “frighten over his $500” because she has worked way more than that in her lifetime.

The post which went viral, received mixed reactions online.

“This is why mi nuh chat up to dem local artiste yah eno and when mi see dem mi tun mi head straight wah 5 bills can buy? the dutty rasta a ask back fi change,” one user wrote.

However others defended the “Unconditional Love” singer’s actions, “Yo Jah Cure might all did a run joke eno, it nuh suh serious fi yuh a post this online smh,” one user wrote, while another added, “Seriously? Which Jamaican you know don’t ask back fi dem change? Bring back the man change.. argument done.”

Our new team was unable to get a comment from the artiste himself on the matter.

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