Autopsy Suggests J Capri Did Not Die From Accident Related Injuries

Fast rising Dancehall singjay J Capri died on December 4, after a two week stay in hospital following a motor vehicle accident along Barbican Road in Kingston.

Now the results of a recently conducted autopsy are suggesting that the popular entertainer did not die from injuries sustained in the accident.

According to Irie FM, following an autopsy J Capri’s father, entertainer Mr. Murphy otherwise known as Kenneth Phillips, stated that an infection allegedly contracted subsequent to her surgeries, lead to lung complications and a failed kidney which reportedly contributed to her death.

On November 23, J Capri was rushed to the University Hospital of the West Indies where she reportedly underwent surgery, after suffering from what is said to be a fractured skull as well as brain damage.


 Producer Rvssian under his Head Concussion Records launched J Capri’s career with the release of “Pull Up To Mi Bumpa” featuring Konshens, “Whine ‘n’ Kotch” featuring Charley Black, “Reverse It” and “Boom ‘n” Bend Over”.

The singjay who was 23 years old died twenty (20) days before her 24th birthday.


Source:  Irie FM

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