Dancehall artiste Popcaan has been freed after being arrested in Antigua and Barbuda Tuesday morning following his performance during their Labour Day celebration.
The Popular Jamaican Dancehall Artiste was released after paying an undisclosed fine for resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer.
Our sources also stated that the deejay was not officially charged.
The artiste was represented by Micheal Archibold, Lawrence Daniels and Jermaine Rhudd.
Popcann was greeted by his mother upon his release.
Popcaan is expected to return to Jamaica later this week, the artiste is slated for a show in St. Lucia next.
The conflict began when a number of supporters climbed onto the stage and a police officer began removing them from the stage.
Jamaican artiste was said to be seen and heard intervening saying on the mic not to handle them so rough and physically separated a patron from the police officer who reacted by strongly pushing Popcaan.