Rapper Lil Baby’s baby mama Jayda Cheaves, has reportedly been arrested in Jamaica, for allegedly bringing firearms into the Caribbean nation, MTO News has learned. And now she’s reaching out to Vice President Kamala Harris for help.
The mother to rapper Lil Baby’s son took a trip to the country to celebrate her 24th birthday. And she arrived on the island in style, on a private jet. Look:
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According to online reports, Jayda was arrested while vacationing. The report claims that she was “detained for guns.” It also states that her firearms are licensed in the United States, but were brought to the country unauthorized.
That’s a big no-no in Jamaica. Here’s what the US State Department says about bringing guns into Jamaica:
Jamaica strictly forbids importing or possessing firearms in Jamaica without prior authorization of the Firearms Licensing Authority of Jamaica. A U.S. concealed carry permit does not allow you to bring a firearm or ammunition into Jamaica.
If you bring a firearm, firearm components, firearm parts, or ammunition (even a single bullet) to Jamaica, you will be arrested and prosecuted. This will result in a large fine and/or incarceration for an unspecified amount of time. Bringing mace, pepper spray, or knives into Jamaica without authorization will also lead to arrest.
MTO News learned that people close to Jayda have contacted Vice Prez Kamala Harris asking her for help in this international matter.
Will Kamala help? Developing . . .