Forget about the past news on Project X party that went down early this year in some estate in Nairobi Kenya. This one was a boomshell but apparently, things didn’t go well as they were expected to be. Sometimes we should adhere to the government body organs that do always ban some events from taking place.
A man was shot dead and two others harmed at a house party in London on Sunday night facilitated by up and coming Jamaican recording artiste Spookie and his better half/Supervisor Summerlyn Farquharson otherwise known as Krissy.
As per the BBC Main Blog Portal, the Surrey police found the dead man in the greenery enclosure, where supporters say he was shot in the mid-section and shoulders.
Two men are in police authority, one man on suspicion of homicide and another on suspicion of helping a guilty party.
The house, a £1million home, has been the venue for past pool parties.
More than 450 fans went to the pool party called, ‘My League’; which was sponsored and organized by Spookie, and Farquharson. One neighbor, who requested that not be named, said: “This is the third year consecutively they’ve set up a monstrous sex party there – it’s strange.
“We’re a quiet little village, we don’t want to live with this sort of swingers thing on our doorstep.
“They get up to all sorts of things there. There was a protection gadget on the ground down the path and I’ve found a lot worse in previous years.”
Spookie, whose real name is Jason White, 21-years-old moved to the UK from Kingston in 2013 and lives in London. He’s popularly known for his hit single called “Hurt it Up”.
“This is a shocking turn of events at what had been billed as a private pool party and would has been witnessed by a number of people.
“Officers had arrested two people, one on suspicion of murder, one on suspicion of assisting an offender. “Our investigation is continuing and if you were at this event, have any footage of what happened and have not spoken to the police I urge you to come forward. ”
Eye-witnesses described seeing top-of the-range sports cars and 4X4s speed away from the scene at around 2.30am. Video footage showed the moment horrified revellers raced away from the scene.
Video captured on Church Lane, Headley, shows the shouts and screams of guests as hundreds of people attempted to escape the horror.
Car horns can also be heard blasting as top-of-the-range 4X4s and sports cars raced away from the tiny village.