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The new year did not start on a good note for dancehall artiste Khago as he was greeted with a death threat.
Khago said he received the daunting phone call from a private number on Sunday morning about 9 a.m.
"Him just call and a seh Khago yuh ago dead by later," he told The STAR, noting that he did not recognise the voice.
"Mi nuh really surprised, mi just know seh anything a anything cause a earth wi live inna and mankind nuh like fi see when God a bless yuh."
When asked, Khago said he has no clue what might have triggered the death threat.
"Wi don't really waan pinpoint anything pon anybody. Mi nuh really mek enemies. Mi nuh have anything with anybody," he said.
The artiste said he reported the incident to the Mandeville police yesterday. However, he is adamant that he will not allow the threat to make him live in fear.
"Mi nah mek dem mek mi live and fret. Mi just a gwaan live and believe inna God 'cause a him put mi weh mi deh," he said.
Khago said he has also put in place additional security measures since.
"Mi start travel wid police 'cause mi know seh this is a year when Khago a rise. Mi a mek some good songs and a scare dem waan scare mi off fi di new year before dem call and wish mi a happy new year," said Khago, who has done songs like Nah Sell Out and Tun Up Di Ting.