Rado, producer of Mavado’s Gal Over Gun, shot

From left, singer Mad Cobra, who was shot in Braeton; Voicemail member O'Neil Edwards who was shot at his home in Duhaney Park; and selector Richie Feelings who is giving thanks for his life after his car was broken into outside his home.

EVERTON Minott, the producer of the popular Mavado song, Gal Over Gun, has become the third person in the entertainment industry to be shot in the same week.

Minott, who is better known as Rado, was reportedly shot in Spanish Town last night and has been admitted to hospital there. Rado is the CEO of the Armz House Records label, which recently released the Double Action riddim.

“He was shot last night … the doctors say it’s serious, but we are hopeful,” a source close to the artiste told the Observer yesterday.

Rado’s shooting follows closely on that of entertainers Oneil Edwards and Mad Cobra. Oneil, a member of the trio Voicemail, was on Monday shot several times all over his body — including a bullet to the head. His condition has remained critical but stable and reports are that he was briefly taken off the respirator on Thursday.

Mad Cobra, who was shot in the shoulder the following day during an incident in Braeton, Portmore, has since been released from hospital.

Meanwhile, selector Richie Feelings reported that his car was broken into Wednesday night while parked at his Havendale home. His wallet was stolen, but the selector, however, is giving thanks for his life.

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