Live video interview with Wyclef Jean about the shooting on the eve of Haiti election - Video

We finally have the video of Wyclef Jean explaining the situation here he was shot in the hand. The singer is accompanied by his cousin Pras.


According to Wyclef Jean: "We heard what is called in Creole: Catouch", the sound of the booms." Jean further explained that he then, jumped in the car with Fanfan and went to the nearest hospital. Wyclef said he thought he really got "Grazed".

Here is the video of Jean during an interview with CNN: Watch the video here, on youtube then post your comments on Haiti Observer

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Do you think that Wyclef Jean was shot on the eve of Haiti election?

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Monpremier says...

wyclef pa dekourage viktwa se pou nou sang koule pou peple la nou pwan not et krayon nou pa gen eface nou renmenw minm jan ou renmen nou nan tout peyi sou la te se Bon Dieu ak pep ki bay pouwra nou la ou pa bezoin

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Ricclavie says...

The answer is: No. Remember he plays a few movies and worse than before he is a Haitian Politician, meaning he is 20 times more a liar than the day he was born.

Now let be serious about the issue: False statement should drag him in front of a criminal court.

But before that event, we should conduct a proper investigation.

To let him walk away easily, will leave us in, his misleading the country with his

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