Elephant Man is scheduled to meet with\u00a0members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force at 2:00 pm today.\r\n\r\n"The police have indicated that they want to talk him. It's not a question-and-answer session. He's not a suspect and he is not charged," the Dancehall entertainer's attorney,\u00a0Christopher\u00a0Townsend\u00a0told the\u00a0Jamaica\u00a0Observer. "The police are just doing their due diligence and there is nothing wrong with that."\r\n\r\nEarlier this week, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) launched an investigation\u00a0to determine whether a firearm in a video involving Elephant Man and a woman\u00a0is real.\r\n\r\nThe video, which surfaced over the weekend shows a female dancer in a swimsuit swinging and pointing what appears to be a firearm before passing it to the Dancehall entertainer.\r\n\r\nhttp:\/\/thetropixs.com\/elephant-man-wanted-by-cops-over-gun-video\/\r\n\r\nFollowing\u00a0a preliminary investigation conducted by the Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) earlier this week, it was revealed that Elephant Man, whose given name is\u00a0Oneal Bryan,\u00a0does not hold a firearm licence.\u00a0And in such a case, the matter would have been turned over to the police.\r\n\r\n\u201cWe are aware of the matter and it is being investigated,\u201d\u00a0Assistant\u00a0Superintendent Dahlia Garrick, head of the Jamaica Constabulary Force\u2019s Corporate Communications Unit (CCU) told the Jamaica Observer.\r\n\r\nGarrick\u00a0said the investigation process is diligent, \u201cThere are certain steps to be taken before we can confirm or enter anything into evidence. It is a video and we have to confirm a number of things to see if the evidence is sufficient to go before the court,\u201d she continued.