A number of entertainers have taken to social media to amplify the message of ending violence against women and children.
The campaign was ignited by the gruesome killing of 20-year-old Khanice Jackson in St. Catherine.
Among those voicing disgust is Jada Kingdom, who has always advocated for the protection of women. She used the moment to also highlight the fact that visually impaired university student Jasmine Deen has still not been found one year later.
The killing also prompted dancehall deejay Popcaan to release a new single titled Jungle Justice Part 2, produced by Dane Ray.
Beenie Man, in a post on social media, stated that the crime and violence situation in Jamaica is the real pandemic and called for justice for Khanice Jackson.
The police say the man being questioned in connection with the murder of Jackson, is expected to be charged on Monday.