The revelation was made via an Instagram Live session with selector and dancehall commentator Foota Hype. During the live session, Ding appeared a bit guarded about the entire incident while speaking to Foota. Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)
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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Earlier this week, rumors began circulating via social media that popular dancer, Silent Ravers of the Ravers Clavers crew, was no longer a member of the famed collective. The reported videos have since been shared numerous times and have left the entire dancehall industry in a state of shock. His exit was proceeded by a series of leaked videos of the dancer being caught in a compromising situation. He further explained that he made a mistake and was tricked by the person he was seen in the video with. Ding Dong has some trouble brewing inside his Ravers Clavers crew. During his IG Live session, he denounced claims that he had provided thousands of dollars to Lil Kev by reminding fans that he previously needed assistance after he lost his house twice. On Tuesday, Silent even deactivated his social media account before reactivating it on Wednesday to address the gay accusations via Instagram LIVE. While the head Ravers did not say much, the incriminating videos already captured the dancer allegedly seeking sexual favors from another male who goes by the name Lil Kev. Silent also mentioned that he was not fired from Ravers Crew by Ding Dong. View this post on Instagram
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According to the dancer, he is not gay. However, Ravers Clavers leader Ding Dong confirmed that Silent Ravers was no longer a part of the dance crew. He further defended his claims of being a heterosexual by swearing on his mother’s life that “Nobody or no bwoy or no girl, nobody can’t seh dem touch mi or me touch dem.”
Silent Ravers is credited for the popular dance “Flairy,” made popular by Ding Don’s track of the same name. There was a lot of speculation as to the validity of the stories that were being spread.