Hunt on for mysterious calypso financier

Calypso Monarch Duane O’ Connor received $500,000 from TUCO this weekend, which brought his total cash prize up to $1 million for his winning renditions of “The hunt is on” and “Long live calypso.”

There is still no word as to the identity of the mysterious donor(s) of half a million dollars though. It is alleged that, as a force of habit, Crime Watch host Ian Alleyne set up a stake-out.

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