Dancehall entertainer I-Octane is thanking the Almighty after he narrowly escaped potential death following a car crash in California last weekend that claimed one life.
The collision occurred in San Diego in the early morning hours of December 13.
Photos of the crash were shared to I-Octane’s Instagram page with a reassuring caption for his 625K followers. ““MISS DEATH TWICE IN ONE NIGHT JAH JAH GIVE THANKS CAUSE AH NUH MY TIME YET MI AND DI G DEM UP STILL, GIVE PRAISE.”
“I am just glad that I am alive, someone ran a red light and hit a parked car I was in. No one in the parked car was injured. Am just giving thanks. That was a close one. The driver of the car that ran the red light died," he told Loop News.
Octane, whose real name is Byiome Muir, has been overseas for several months, but according to the artist’s Instagram, his scheduled Saturday night performance was cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns.