<strong>Belize Prime Minister Dean Barrow</strong> has released his first official statement of support for his estranged son <strong>Shyne (Jamal Barrow)</strong> since the rapper’s deportation return on Tuesday (October 27). Shyne was recently released from serving a near 10-year prison sentence in connection to the infamous <strong>1999 Club New York shooting</strong> in which <strong>Diddy</strong> also stood trial but was acquitted. <!--more-->

Former <strong>Bad Boy</strong> rapper <strong>Shyne</strong> was released from the custody of <strong>U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement</strong> on Wednesday (October 28) and has "temporarily accepted deportation" to the country of <strong>Belize</strong>, according to his attorney. <!--more-->

Former <strong>Bad Boy</strong> rapper <strong>Shyne</strong> has been released from prison after serving nearly nine years of a 10-year sentence, but the artist now faces deportation to his native Belize, where his father is the prime minister. Click below to read about the case. <!--more-->