The Jamaican music industry and Konshens family is mourning the death of Konshens brother who allegedly committed suicide.


The late Delmark spence aka Delus   ,who is a  brother to  Konshens  the Dancehall the King.

Delmark Spence aka Delus was found dead at his home in Kingston Jamaica on Wednesday where it is alleged that he shot himself. Reports from the police department in Jamaica have confirmed that indeed Delus shot himself, but they have launched investigation to try and find more evidence about the cause of his death.

Delmark Spence was a dancehall deejay and the older brother to Konshens. It’s revealed that the late Delus shot himself in the head as he was home alone at the time if the incident.

The late Delus the Deejay had celebrated his birthday in company of his fans just a few days ago and after the party he went ahead to social media to give gratitude to all who showed up at his party.

“I want to say by respect to all the people who wished me a happy birthday and a happy father’s day, shout out to all the people who made my day special,” he posted in his Instagram account. But now he is no more.

Spence was a Deejay and musician as he had feature in a number of Konshens tracks like “Call the police, Better man and so high” among many more hits. He was also a member of the Konshens label called Subkonshens.

This is a big loss the music industry in Jamaica and more so to the Konshens family for the departure of this super star who was the love of many.

My condolences as The famous hub go to Konshens and his family. Take heart brother at this difficult moment.

RIP Delus the music industry will miss you big.









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