Prominent dancehall artist Squash, born Andre Whittaker, has reportedly been detained in Florida due to immigration issues. The artist, well-known in the dancehall scene, is currently held at the Krome Detention Center in Miami.
Information obtained suggests that Squash was apprehended recently on allegations of exceeding the duration of his work visa. His arrest comes amidst heightened efforts by the local government to tighten their stance on immigration violations.
Florida’s Governor, Ron DeSantis, has made a significant move in this direction, recently endorsing a Senate bill aimed at curbing illegal immigration.
In a separate, yet intriguing development, a close member of Squash’s circle and a respected figure in music production was recently taken into custody in Florida. The associate is facing serious accusations, including a double murder charge. It remains uncertain at this point whether these two incidents have any correlation.
We encourage our readers to stay connected as we continue to follow these developments closely. Return to our site for more updates on this unfolding story, as we delve into the circumstances surrounding the alleged immigration issues and the serious charges being faced by these two figures in the dancehall industry.