“Give thank fi life,” Rygin King wrote, along with a praying emoji.
His colleagues I-Octane and Chronic Law were very supportive and posted several praying emojis. Deep Jahi referred to “powers” of a supreme being in his response.
International footballers Leon Bailey and Raheem Sterling also sent their best wishes for the deejay's recovery.
On August 22, Rygin King released No Emotion while still recovering in hospital. It was recorded prior to his June 28 shooting, but he added the finishing touches by cellphone.
“Mi not fully 100 per cent, but mi just ah give thanks for all the prayers and well wishes from the fans. God nah give a man more than him can bear. As mi song say: 'Who behind the trigger have the last laugh'. So right now, mi just a heal and take it day by day,” he told the Jamaica Observer.
“Mi believe inna this song. It ah say everything mi a feel right now, and I wanted it to drop on my birthday,” he continued.