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Dancehall Artist Vybz Kartel Said No More Violent Music & Talks About Oral Sex Allegations

Posted by Ms. Juice at 2011-04-28 | Views: 1484

Bright and early this morning Reggae artist Vybz Kartel released a statement saying he will no longer be making violent music, which I commend him for doing. He also had to defend himself after a song came out with his voice talking about oral sex. He claimed is was spliced and it wasn't him, some say it was, but who cares? If he likes the taste of the kitty then so let it be. Hopefully the change in his music will help change some of the negative things happening on the island, we'll see...

Read Kartel's statement below:

"As of this moment i will no longer be doing “gun lyrics”. I did a song called “bad up u mada” and every one and their mada(lol) counteracted it.tryin to get their already expired 15 minutes of fame. Well i got news for them. Theyre at war with themselves,cause i aint givin them the time of day…hush y’all insects and parasites.”With that being said,the record must show that 1)’Big bad and brave’. 2)’duppy know who fi frighten’ and 3)’clap it up’ were all released earlier this month just in case people hear them and think im going against my word.I guess i must be twitter,because everybody followin’ me.

(RE: A SPLICE SONG ON THE INTERNET WHERE MY VOICE IS ALTERED TO SAY “ME WANT KISS U PON DA P* JAW DEH”) … I should not even be dignifying those allegations with a statement but since it is the politically correct thing to do, so be it. This attempt by these malicious and vindictive persons who seek to defame my character is as futile as trying to dethrone the dancehall hero from the pinnacle of the genre … try something else that is more believable. Better luck next time haters.


Here's the "Unaltered" version of the new song Come Ya Nuh Mi Gal (RAW) APR 2011 "U.T.G"


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