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Scammers Target Aidonia - Fans and Promoters Beware

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Scammers Target Aidonia - Fans and Promoters Beware

Promoters and fans, please be aware of fake Aidonia Facebook, Instagram and other social media pages created by scammers, posing as the dancehall artiste’s legitimate social media pages. The bogus or phony pages were created in order to rob potential promoters out of thousands of dollars, who are interesting in booking the artiste for performances at their events. The dancehall deejay through social media is urging fans and potential business associates to be cautious. Aidonia (born Sheldon Lawrence, 6 April 1981) is a Jamaican musician and head of the musical partnership "J.O.P."

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Scammers started setting up the fake pages when the dancehall artiste was granted an American visa, and realized that there is a growing demand for him to perform in North America.

Headline Entertainment, a leading booking agency and public relations firm operating in the Caribbean, is now Aidonia's exclusive booking agent for all US territories. Therefore, promoters who are interested in the booking the dancehall artiste, are asked to contact Headline Entertainment.

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