The woman dressed as a police officer in Alkaline’s ‘After All’ video is speaking out amidst the investigation launched by cops.
Last week The Commissioner of Police, George Quallo ordered a probe into the Controversial Dancehall artist’s short film directed by Jay Will citing that members of the police force are outraged by scenes depicted in the explicit clip.
As previously reported, Law enforcement officers are furious at the Vendetta deejay’s music video which displays gang violence, ‘donmanship,’ marijuana smoking, profanity and a raunchy sex scene featuring a woman dressed as a Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) member.
However according to the female who has since identified herself as a upcoming Dancehall artiste named Quali Tee, her scene was in no way meant to disrespect the police force as it’s simply acting.
Tee stepped forward earlier this week to give her sincerest apologies to the JCF claiming she was only doing her job. The ‘Boom It Up’ singer also refuted claims that she was performing oral sex during the cut.
Source: The Tropixs