Barry Jhay who is the son of the late legendary Fuji Musician, Barrister, was recently accused of having a hand in the death of his boss. Several people on social media and some tabloids claimed that Barry Jhay killed his boss, Kashy. Barry Jhay and Kashy were on a vacation in Ghana, but the vacation soon turned bloody.
Before Kashy’s death, he had a brawl with Barry Jhay and Barry Jhay was seriously injured. Hence the assumption that he Barry went back and killed him. Barry jhay today broke his silence on the issue and said he was already exonerated.
The case was investigated by Ghanaian police and the case file has already been closed, as Barry Jhay was found innocent. Barry Jhay released a long statement on his Instagram page, as well as some documents and CCTV footage to prove his innocence.
The documents showed that Barry Jhay wasn’t anywhere close to the building when the event happened. CCTV footage also captured Kashy falling. Kashy died after he fell from the corridor of his hotel. Barry Jhay is now a free man and he can finally give us good music. May Kashy’s good soul rest on peace.
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