Jamaican entertainer Christopher McFarlane has died.
The Award-winning entertainer, who is most popular for his job in the faction exemplary Jamaican film Ghett’a Life, allegedly died abruptly this week. Sources told Urban Islandz on Saturday that Christopher McFarlane died at a nearby clinic after a short disease. We’re informed that the neighborhood theater local area is in shock since the entertainer is as of now dealing with new acting ventures, and nobody realized he was sick.
“Nobody realized he was debilitated or going through anything wellbeing related, so you can envision the shock everybody feeling currently in the wake of getting this awful news,” sources told us.
Nearby entertainers, including Dahlia Harris and Junior Williams, are among the noticeable Jamaican entertainers who are responding to the insight about McFarlane’s demise.
“Caan tek no more. Chris,” Harris tweeted.
Chris McFarlane is an embellished entertainer and perhaps of the most perceived name in the nearby film and theater industry.
Chris recently won an Actor Boy Award for Best Actor in a Lead Role in A Tempest. He likewise won an Actor Boy Award for Best Supporting Actor in Basil Dawkins’ Who God Bless.
Maybe McFarlane is most popular for his big screen job in the 2011 film, Ghett’a Life, where he assumed the part of the person Don Sin.
Caan tek no more. Chris.
— Dahlia Harris (@DahliaHarris) September 10, 2022
Chris likewise handled a job in Marcia Weekes’ 2020 film, Joseph, where he assumed the part of Christopher King.