Jamaica dancehall artiste Unicorn shot dead

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(Jamaica Observer) KINGSTON, Jamaica — Dancehall artiste Unicorn was on Sunday shot dead by unknown assailants on Bowens Road in Kingston 13.
OBSERVER ONLINE understands that Unicorn, whose given name is Donovan McMurray, was seen lying on the road with gunshot wounds to his upper body.
The 43-year-old artiste is best known for his song ‘Think bout Me’, which features female DJ Macka Diamond.
“Sleep in peace @unycorntheking can’t believe it a swear #mood,” Macka Diamond posted on social media site Instagram.

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