Mr Vegas was part of a prayer vigil held in Half-Way-Tree offering moral support to the family of the late Khajeel Mais on Tuesday.
Mais, 17, was shot and killed when the taxi he was travelling in collided with a BMW X6 motor vehicle on Highland Drive in Havendale in 2011. It is alleged that the driver of the BMW got out and fired shots at the taxi, hitting the boy.
The St Andrew businessman, Patrick Powell, 59, who was fingered in the murder of Khajeel Mais, was freed on Monday after the seven-member jury was directed by Justice Lloyd Hibbert to return a not-guilty verdict on murder and shooting with intent charges.
According to Mr Vegas, he and other Jamaicans are dissatisfied with the court's ruling