Buju Banton is warning Caribbean leaders to be careful amid the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise on July 7.
The reggae legend claims the United States and other countries have alligned with China to push Covid-19 on the world.
President Moise, right, was shot multiple times and killed by commandos at the presidential palace in the hills above Port-au-Prince, Haiti. His wife, Martine Moise, left, was wounded in the attack.
The Haitian president was shot 12 times and one of his eyes was gouged out, DailyMail.com reports.
Buju claims President Moise refused to take money from the Chinese government to implement Covid-19 restrictions.
“This guy in Haiti he didn’t take no money from the Chinese to sell you guys Covid. He did not bow to money power. Most of you leaders in the Caribbean I guess you are worried now. Guess you are beefing up your security detail cause you have taken money from the Chinese. I wish you luck. I wish you all the luck. I wish you all the best. This is what you get when you make deals with the devil. Moise didn’t make any deals with the Chinese. He didn’t make any deal to sell his people out and sell the Covid narrative. All you other leaders did you?”
As of June 11, Haiti had a total of 16,079 COVID-19 cases, and a total of 346 Covid-related deaths in a country with a population over 11 million people.