Another week, another rumour. The latest rumours to make the rounds concerns incarcerated reggae superstar Buju Banton.

This week there are rumours circulating claiming that the Grammy-winning artist became a pastor in prison.

In a blog post published last week, Buju Banton was quoted as saying that he has also changed his opinion on homosexuality and now fully supports the recent Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage.

A rep for the “Driver” singer has unreservedly denied that those reports are true.

“Those are all rumors and these folks should stop trying to tarnish Buju’s reputation anymore than what has been done already,” the singer’s rep said. “We will have our legal team address these false stories because Gargamel didn’t speak to any journalist and tell them that.”

Banton’s rep also said that he is pursuing a Master’s Degree in prison and has been counseling his fellow inmates.

“He is pursuing his Master’s Degree while serving his time and will be returning home to Jamaica upon his release in early 2019. A lot of the inmates look up to him and he has been like a mentor to them,” the reggae star rep added.

Buju Banton, whose real name is Mark Myrie, was convicted on drug trafficking charges in 2011. He was sentenced to serve the minimum sentence of 10 years in a Federal prison.

The singer has maintained his innocence.

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