Too lewd

FAS accused of promoting prostitution at beach event

Local entertainment promoter FAS Promotions is being accused of promoting prostitution through song during last night’s Digicel Barbados Reggae Beach Party, a charge the company denied.

A self-proclaimed prostitute known only as Natalie performed the now popular song Dirty Harry with singers SK and Pummydoo during the early hours of the show.

The song, which Barbados TODAY understands has been pulled from rotation by one of the leading radio stations, openly promotes prostitution and parades it as the norm.

Following the performance, many in the audience stood in shock and openly questioned why the promoters would allow such a song to be performed on a public stage. Some even asked openly, “this is what we promoting now?”

A section of the crowd at Sunday’s Reggae Beach Party.

Others who did not attend the event but heard of the performance, also expressed their displeasure, with some asking if “this is what we have come to”.

One woman who opted not to be identified asked, “How all of a sudden it’s cool to be a prostitute?”

Senior Pastor of Restoration Ministries David Durant today chastised the promoters, saying the decision to have the song performed was in “very poor taste”.

Durant complained that Barbadians seemed to have departed from their Christian values and needed to reevaluate themselves.

“Our values have fallen significantly in Barbados in the last several years. Our spiritual morals and values are gone and it seems as though we are just on a road of pleasing ourselves and doing what seems good in our own eyes and just fascinated by enjoying the pleasures of the world,” Durant, a Government Senator, told Barbados TODAY.

Performer Natalie with singers SK and Pummydoo, whose performance raised eyebrows and was described by some patrons as vulgar.

Durant added that adults needed to set good examples for the children, who were looking on and recording the adults’ every action.

“We need to set an example for our children and grandchildren who are very young and they are in their formative years. What we display before them they will copy, they will follow. And then when they get older, what have we raised? So I think adults have to be cognizant of the fact that we have a responsibility to be good examples to our little children. That’s our responsibility and we need to teach them the way to right way to go. And we don’t want to be setting bad examples for them. If you teach them vulgarity and so on they will become vulgar as well. If you teach them good morals and good behaviour and respect and love for one another then they will try to imitate that.”

He called on FAS Promotions and other promoters at large to be careful of the acts they book and the message that it could send, not only to locals but to those abroad.

“I’m sorry that the promoters went that route. Since it’s something that’s banned from some radio stations means it had to be some reason that it was banned. The mere fact that ruling was given then I think the promoters would have had a responsibility not to try to promote what had been ignored by radio stations.

“We all live in this small island so we want to respect each other and we want to share good values with our children. I would just ask promoters to be a bit more careful when they do these things. It’s not all just fun and play. When all that is done what instructions have we given to the younger ones who are viewing it? What example have we set when it’s all said and done? It’s not just for the moment. These things have long lasting effects,” Durant stressed.

In a statement today, FAS Promotions Director Al Gilkes said Natalie was not booked by his company, but was brought on stage by SK.

However, Gilkes said all performers were made aware of the profanity laws of Barbados before they went on stage.

“FAS Promotions booked SK among a number of Barbadian performers for the Reggae Beach Party event. While Natalie was not contracted as a performer for the event she appeared on stage as a part of SK’s act. As a matter of course for ALL FAS Promotions events, all performers are advised about the profanity laws of Barbados and the liability attached to the breach of these laws and this was done for the beach event. FAS Promotions does not condone the breach of any of the laws of Barbados and regrets if any patrons were offended by any of the performances on Sunday,” the statement said.

76 Responses to Too lewd

  1. Leandro Springer
    Leandro Springer April 25, 2017 at 12:43 am

    Soooo what!?

  2. Kamila Burrowes
    Kamila Burrowes April 25, 2017 at 12:50 am

    I’m backkkkkk

  3. Sandra Madea
    Sandra Madea April 25, 2017 at 1:00 am

    To lewd for bajans lolololol

  4. Bajeinny April 25, 2017 at 1:15 am

    I agree this was an embarrassment!! As a bajan living abroad I’m ashamed to see what some folks home consider as entertainment and Fas Entertainment needs to take responsibility for this bad decision. They were well aware of what was going to be performed for this show !! It was advertised all over social media Natalie was going to perform!! It’s a shame we speak so highly of pride and dignity and grown adults as well as young females home are comfortable going to parties in Lingerie and practically naked and encouraging females like Natalie to think it’s something to be proud of to promote prostitution!! This is the message being read by young people!!where have our self respect gone!!

    • Team Dirty Harry April 26, 2017 at 4:45 pm

      Soooooooo Whattttttttt! Love was selling from biblical times!!

  5. Sunshine Sunny Shine April 25, 2017 at 1:24 am

    What you mean too lewd. Holywood promotes sex in their movies. Music glorifies, In fact, I have seen whatsapp videos with girls tekking bottles, five and six men having fun with them in sex circles while on boat parties or after during Reggae on the Hill. At crop over we allow anything to go. You sure it is the music of the fact that many Barbadians are just displaying their wutlessness?

  6. Bajans beware April 25, 2017 at 1:39 am

    What’s new didn’t Al Gilkes and Freddie Hill owners of FAS Entertainment not use to own a Strip Club Rolex on Spring Garden Highway where Jamaican girls use to dance and prostitute in the club every night for a price which they had both encourage for years.

  7. Cee Greaves-Gibson
    Cee Greaves-Gibson April 25, 2017 at 1:44 am

    Petty!!! DJs played songs promoting weed use n cursing. Meanwhile……things on Barbados hard!!!!

    • Daniel Polonis
      Daniel Polonis April 25, 2017 at 6:02 am

      yet everyone has money to buy tickets, drinks, and new outfits for this yearly recycled venue

    • Cee Greaves-Gibson
      Cee Greaves-Gibson April 25, 2017 at 6:08 am

      So no recreation!!! Could’ve deposited it in the collection plate and watch it do God’s work I guess …..purchase something outlandish for their church leader

  8. Tanzi M Brooks
    Tanzi M Brooks April 25, 2017 at 1:56 am

    Steupse did I really need to open this article….?

  9. Jennifer Russell
    Jennifer Russell April 25, 2017 at 2:26 am

    You can’t stop curse and go sleep…

  10. Antheia Springer-Williams
    Antheia Springer-Williams April 25, 2017 at 2:26 am

    What more can you expect when you go to these events? Why should people be shocked? You didn’t go to church, you went to so-called reggae on de beach!

  11. Smith Amanda
    Smith Amanda April 25, 2017 at 2:27 am


  12. Jennifer Russell
    Jennifer Russell April 25, 2017 at 2:27 am


  13. Christopher Macauley
    Christopher Macauley April 25, 2017 at 2:39 am

    parents better stop being slack at home and teach them morals n values at home, cos if a lil beach party with adult explicit material is influencing them, over the way u raised n nurtured your child you failed…

    • harry turnover April 25, 2017 at 5:51 am

      You blaming parents for them WUTLESS girls .You don’t know that most of them same WUTLESS girls are MODEL CHILDREN WHEN AT HOME ? Don’t you read that whenever something bad happens to young WUTLESS women the PARENTS ALWAYS come out and say ‘what a nice ,obedient,never used to give trouble,well liked child she was “……WHEN AT HOME.

  14. Diane Dias
    Diane Dias April 25, 2017 at 3:48 am

    Dirty Harry mussee write this article…Lol.

  15. Blac Youngsta
    Blac Youngsta April 25, 2017 at 4:01 am

    Sooooo whattttttt!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. Veroniva Boyce
    Veroniva Boyce April 25, 2017 at 4:10 am

    Prostitutes on the beach disguised as reggae artist. Derogatory, inappropriate regurgitated lyrics and lewd behaviour that’s all they know and the worst thing about it the morons think it sound good. The RBPF should step in and unplug all. The same adults got a nerve to criticise young people. Wunna Cash, Values and Pride gone straight into de Pothole.

    • Cee Greaves-Gibson
      Cee Greaves-Gibson April 25, 2017 at 6:04 am

      Prostitutes, thieves, and false prophets dressed up an parading as God sent every day a church door opens. Gossiping and conniving ridiculing each other….the onlookers continue to ask which is the better option. So lots of other things in this pothole u speak of just pull back your veil look further.

    • Dwayne Kirton
      Dwayne Kirton April 25, 2017 at 6:17 am

      Is this a justification of what is being talked about? Because if so its damn poor one why do every use what some one else is doing as an excuse to make what their doing seem right? SMH!

  17. Sharon Taylor
    Sharon Taylor April 25, 2017 at 4:14 am

    Seriously? I gine ask d question no one will ask… Did Natalie tek way Davandra Babb man? Cause this article sure as hell is a damn lie! Wunna see how d ppl dressed for that show? Like prostitutes tho! I know no Christians did not go to this show… I hate a hypocrite, did a prostitute not wash Jesus foot? That song is one of d most popular local songs right now, it wull pewter off like any other song… But I believe miss babb should have taken pics of d ppl that stood in shock when Natalie came on stage, as proff cause I believe d whole crowd applauded… Cause I know bajans like to drop a seed(spread a rumour) cause it surely will grow… It may not be ok to be a prostitute in Barbados now, but before this song came out too many young girls were peddling their trade down bush hill and on may other street corners and nuff a wunna dirty husbands and men were sneaking out and buying? Them is who should be made to answer d question if its ok to be a prostitute in Barbados now!

    • angel blssoms April 25, 2017 at 7:35 am


    • Deborah April 25, 2017 at 12:30 pm

      No FORMER prostitute washed Jesus’ feet.

  18. Floyddd April 25, 2017 at 4:30 am

    Lolol what about konshens…. his songs are also lewd… very disrespectful to women…. not only Natalie… n we bring in these Jamaican artist that also influence our kids

  19. Rubertha Blackman
    Rubertha Blackman April 25, 2017 at 5:29 am

    stupse all these things happening everyday here.

  20. Syruppy Kennedy
    Syruppy Kennedy April 25, 2017 at 5:46 am


    • Niki reece April 26, 2017 at 8:03 pm

      So murder was also big in bible times i mean cane kill abel soooooo i vise dat if murder illegal and prostution illegal and we desensitizing prostitution i can rightfully deduce that the next step is the desensitizing of ohhh just another sin and illegal activity called murder. so puuhhhhlleeeaaassseeee lemme know when i can host my first massacre and blood bath cause i got more than a few people i think want killing. I hope i have the love and support teamdirty is getting cause i does see blood baths everyday on tv and in ads and children are also at some point privy to seeing them. Please let me know when i can by my rifle anmmm i want this even live and direct too cause this is the in thing soooooooo what!!!!

      Disclaimer i hope that us bajans can identify the sarcasm i employed in constructing this response. The literary device is used to emphasise the faults in many of the reaponses/arguments on this thread. I have only replaced one “sin” with “another.” I am not discrediting the points made about the jamaican artist mentioned namely konshens however i am showing that in defending this behaviour your replies should be solid enough that no one cannot discredit with a mere switcheroo like i did. Dont say well that is murder omg why that is rediculous nooooo it is the same. As a feminist i cannot down natlie sweet girl but whether we believe the youth gone wild already we still owe them the benefit of the doubt and a chance to become rich and successful via plans ABC first education skills and hard work first. To many young girls is using this as an easy way out. Too many.

  21. Everick Holder April 25, 2017 at 5:48 am

    No prostitute washed Jesus’ feet.
    That is a myth propagated by the Roman Catholic Church ( women haters)
    They renounced that position in 1964, in a papal bull”. But most people don’t know that.

    • Babsie April 25, 2017 at 7:38 am

      Have you ever read the BIBLE. Please read Luke 7: 44-48.

      Stop blaming the Catholics

      • Meli April 25, 2017 at 8:51 am

        Lol yes let them know

  22. Marlissa Matthias
    Marlissa Matthias April 25, 2017 at 5:56 am

    Dirty Harry written all over this lil baseless complain lmao…

  23. Ejd April 25, 2017 at 5:59 am

    I am shocked at the don’t carish attitude of many of the above persons making comments. We have got to condemn this behaviour not condone it. It is not about who is to blame.

    • Sherlock Holmes. April 25, 2017 at 6:03 am

      Agreed EJd.

  24. Daniel Polonis
    Daniel Polonis April 25, 2017 at 6:04 am

    Prostitution is the oldest profession….kinda like politics….goes to the highest bidder

  25. Jenelle Peele
    Jenelle Peele April 25, 2017 at 6:04 am

    Road March

  26. Itz Queen
    Itz Queen April 25, 2017 at 6:09 am

    Pastor Druant ,let us get this straight up ,Barbados have law against Prostitution ,if any body is promoting prostitution ,it’s the body of the Royal Barbados force and the law makers for not enforcing the laws of this country,Reading these comments tell me the horse is out the stable.

  27. Dave Person
    Dave Person April 25, 2017 at 6:16 am

    I know wanna going to change the subject to church and everything else………but there is a line that we cross that we need to pull back from……..certain things belong in the dark. And we putting certain women on pedestals. I know wanna wouldn’t want wanna mothers to be behaving so.

  28. Patrina Drakes
    Patrina Drakes April 25, 2017 at 6:30 am

    Well are we not a “Christian ” nation? Did Jesus not had a prostitute as a follower? It’s a song, is it lewed? To some I guess bet some of the people that so shock going church six days a week and sleeping with the pastor or the having sex and not married. So much other major things going on here in the island and a song bothering people. Priorities. I listen to song and it never make me decide to go up Bush hill or Nelson street to become a lady of the night. If we bajans Weren’t so close minded we would have that regulated and tax you know how much revenue we could be getting. Bajans a people against casinos but play double draw seven days a week including Sundays. Pack a hypocrites

    • lester April 25, 2017 at 11:04 am

      First, the prostitute that “followed” Jesus did not remain a prostitute that is why she came to Jesus, secondly, Barbadians are being bewitched by entertainment while non nationals take away our fields and hills, Thirdly, why the ado? Look at the crowd following these artiste are they not mothers and fathers and children are left unattended hmmm, hell have enlargen itself to receive the nations who love this kind of filth

    • Sherlock Holmes. April 25, 2017 at 8:54 pm

      Did the prostitute that you spoke of have remorse for her actions? From what i read yes, and that is why Jesus accepted her.This young lady seems unrepentant concerning her lifestyle and actually glamorizes it, her behavior obviously offended some of the patrons. One day she too may accept her Lord and savior so i will not be too hard on her,but this i will say this , the promoters of this show should be black balled for this nonsense and they are the persons who are to blame they have to accept responsibility for this lewd behavior. Miss Drakes you listened to the song and as you said it did not influence you, i take it that you are saying you found nothing wrong with it which is sad. have you ever considered helping these women get out of the morass of prostitution and find another means of gainful employment? This same means of employment that you are suggesting be regulated and taxed is a clear and present danger to these women i am sure that apart from the health risk you are aware that they can also be victims of serious crimes including murder.

  29. Ryan April 25, 2017 at 6:46 am

    The comments on this article are a reflection of what our society has become a group of self serving nochalnt hypocrites. The writer of this article also seems to operate in a vacuum this protitue has performed this song at numerous local shows even one promoted / funded by a government minister, she has even been interviewed live on a state run radio station. FAS entertainment ALLOWING her to perform should come as no shock. We glorify the lewdest of behavior and villify anyone who speaks out and when things reach a boiling point act like the issue dropped out of the sky. Stupessssssssss

  30. Alex Alleyne April 25, 2017 at 8:29 am

    Anything for that “almighty dollar” in words or action.
    Time for the Police to take action.

  31. Dean Hajas April 25, 2017 at 8:42 am

    Yes…Please keep our children safe from “Sex and it’s promoters”…we prefer to tell our children about Trump, Putin and Kim pointing nuclear missiles at each other…This will certainly help preserve their innocence.

    When I was a child, everyone knew what Dirty Harry’s was all about. I think I was 5, my first recollection of stories from their. But not to worry….Rhianna, Madonna, Britney all have very sexual content to share, but I guess it matters not, when they are wealthy Stars…..

    Too much contradiction BIM….

  32. Local DJ April 25, 2017 at 8:49 am

    They went to party not church and as far as I know children are not supposed to be there. Why is it an entire country is to be governed by christian laws? Everyone does not share those beliefs and anytime somebody goes against it the zealots quoting all kinds of scriptures. Christians have a right to share their views and preach but bare in mind not everyone cares. That’s reality. Laws that are made solely on christian morals will, did and will continue to hold this country back economically and creatively!

    • Sherlock Holmes. April 25, 2017 at 9:07 pm

      I suspect from certain statements you made you are more than a local DJ might be more of an abnormal one to me. Anyway God’s laws are supreme and i hope your mind set towards his laws change lest you face his wrath and his laws uplifts a country not hold it back so if you believe that we should embrace certain vices that are known to you liberals for the sake of a dollar then we do so in vain as our land will never be healed economically or otherwise. local DJ i read you loud and clear and just like you i will play on words but i know your agenda it is not hidden.

  33. Tammy April 25, 2017 at 8:56 am

    Just because it’s popular doesn’t mean it’s right!!! We need to check ourselves and our morals. Everybody wanna be an original but nobody wanna stand alone and do what’s right! !!!!

  34. Cavil Best April 25, 2017 at 9:00 am

    Blasphemy, you all are sick in mind slack and very nasty and stink like a volcano. How can you dirt bags associate Almighty God with lewd behaviour?

  35. Meli April 25, 2017 at 9:00 am

    This article has me a bit annoyed with its biased, non empirical evidence swill. Okay so she is a prostitute …. where in the song does it endorse or encourage prostitution. .. because she admits that she does ” so what!”.
    How many of the other artists have songs with lewd lyrics and performances with “dancing ” that reveals their private parts, talk about them then.
    Since some want to come from a Christian angle who not act the same way about the song amazing grace which was written by a slave master to calm the slaves while they were being savagely beaten and raped on their way to the Caribbean from their homes.

  36. Jay Thorpe April 25, 2017 at 10:03 am

    I find the story extraordinary, the reporter indicates that the song has been banned on some radio stations, including a leading radio station, this implies it is still playing on some. Is it not more likely that those you wish to protect will hear it on the stations it is still playing at. A much larger audience that would have been reached at the show of party persons who more than likely already know the song as it was all over the social media. I am not promoting the song but seems a little hypocritical to condemn FAS Promotions when the song played and is still playing on some radio stations. This may provide her with a break into the entertainment industry and take her off the street, would that not be a good thing, the next song won’t be about Harry

  37. Mhizzeyejoyful Reece April 25, 2017 at 10:04 am

    It is only because of her profession that this made news,and she is well know,i heard over the years many artists sang filth and music was band but they never made headlines. ” I want that doggie, bub hub head board ,eating to much bacon to name a few but it’s who the individual is that makes the difference. Hummmm

  38. Randolph April 25, 2017 at 10:15 am

    Al Gilkes and his partners are evil men whose intent is to make it rich regardless of what happens to our society.When he leaves this world empty-handed he will be remembered as he is behaving now.May God have mercy on his soul.

  39. Akil freeman April 25, 2017 at 10:21 am

    Sometimes i is wonder if people does actually be aware of whats going on in bim or even around the world. All the talk about if you show your children morals and values it doesn’t always work. I know a lot of people who grew up in a Christian environment and still got pregnant as a teenager, some end up using drugs, some end up in jail ect the list goes on and on. It’s all a choice people have a choice to do what they what in life. So i understand many people’s points on the matter but still you can’t want to say things because she is a prostitute Barbados brings in artists that sing about gun violence and sex and so on and so on. Thats all i have to say on this matter by the I’m only 18.

  40. Bajan born April 25, 2017 at 10:25 am

    The fact that the media is claiming patrons who attended the party are the ones complaining means that some people dont think they let the media say everything and believe. Songs been written by calypsonians rappers reggae artiste taljing about the most explicit things and worst.. they are tgings far more important in bim than a 1 song..pastors making money and what they doing with it? What has the government done since spending ridiculous money on independence? Must i go on

  41. Mike April 25, 2017 at 11:43 am

    Does the Government of Barbados not have bigger issues to deal with?

    Maybe there should’ve been an age limit if certain performances were seen as inappropriate for children but you can’t be pointing fingers and judging people based on the path they choose to make money.

    Furthermore a lot of these government officials still participate in these “lewd” acts along with some of these police officers.

  42. Rae April 25, 2017 at 12:11 pm

    We are definately in the end times ,

    We are definately in the end times , where everything that is bad will get worst as prophesied by Christ. Im not a christian cause the roman catholic church messed that up , but as an avid reader of the bible , Im not surprised. I dont understand how persons attending this show are critical because if popcann or whoever is the leading dancehall artist sang this song and performed it , everybody would be bend over to it or got it up as a whatsapp status. IT IS ALL WRONG AND SIN regardless of which angle it is spinned. 2 Timothy 3 This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.
    2 For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy,
    3 Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good,
    4 Traitors, heady, high minded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God;
    5 Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.
    6 For of this sort are they which creep into houses, and lead captive silly women laden with sins, led away with divers lusts,
    7 Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.

    • Sherlock Holmes. April 25, 2017 at 9:10 pm

      AMEN! Rae.

  43. Alex Alleyne April 25, 2017 at 12:19 pm

    Just listen to VOB with the Love Man Ian Gill. Same ole vulgar stuff ……Here, there and every where.
    So what’s new in BIM. Not so long ago it was all over the press of them doing it in the grave yard.

    • Biscuits April 25, 2017 at 1:08 pm

      Totally agree with you…stop listening to that program since it became very apparent that their standards had fallen. This is now the new norm among some Barbadians, while others have become very blasé about the lewd behaviour. One wonders where NOW or other women’s groups are? Our young women need to be encouraged to uplift themselves and our young men to respect them!

  44. Carson C. Cadogan April 25, 2017 at 12:30 pm

    Some Bajan women are becoming very depraved.

  45. Sam Clarke April 25, 2017 at 1:00 pm

    So now prostitution is the new art form , as this promoter would have you believe. WoW!!

  46. nanci April 25, 2017 at 1:02 pm

    some bajan women willing to sell their bodies for money, clothes and to feel they famous. Some of them are loud and the famous bad girl in the neighborhood where everyone wants to be her friend. I see that happening in barbados. Meanwhile the country is slowly being sold over to china. I think its going to be worse because now with high prices, and more items getting a higher price tag on them, such as food, oil, gasoline there are going to be very bad habits encouraged. I think the government letting all these bad things happen because they already know, they can only accommodate, and employ too few people. Those people are the ones who graduate from high school or college with about 8 CXS’s, you have to have high knowledge to get a job in barbados these days. If you lucky and you can immigrate to a big country, to further your education and then come back and build a nice house, and have family members to help you along the way, but the devil is in the middle. Women giving away their bodies, the men stealing and going to prison. Not all though, I see some nice focused young people, that is on the straight and narrow.

  47. nanci April 25, 2017 at 1:10 pm

    Also people love that loud stupid guy, he be on some radio station, why do people love him. Dont know his name, he make lewd comments about women and sex. He is just sickening, you usually hear him on the ZM vans. When young minds hear all this trash they think its normal. He really should shut up and use his voice to encourage people to do good, but I guess doing and thinking good is not the norm these days. Also bajans, some of them not all, need to stop talking people name and the person is right there, what the hell is that. The morality of barbados is going downhill in a hell basket, you will see it more if you out of the country for a while and then come back. Its so shocking.

    • VoR May 19, 2017 at 9:02 pm

      Lil Rick. That is his name.

  48. damian April 25, 2017 at 1:31 pm

    People of Barbados need to understand that religion is what holding the country back. Government need to start creating opportunities for it’s citizens instead of depending on so called Christianity and vultures in the pulpit to tell people how to live.
    As Karl Marx stayed. .”Religion is thr opium of the masses”

    • Sherlock Holmes. April 25, 2017 at 9:12 pm

      Damian read some where that is a demonic name, well i guess the author was right!

      • Biscuits April 25, 2017 at 10:37 pm

        DamiEn….not DamIan…just saying.

  49. Helicopter(8P) April 25, 2017 at 2:33 pm

    Selfishness to the bone!! Only in my pleasure ! Like it or lump it ! Only the Escorts could have put across a tune in such rimming and psychological effect that no one could redeem it as vulgar in the lyrics! Do you remember; or airplay “Sixpence” ? Barbadians are follow pattern to some of the illiterate cultures of the hemisphere. It seems as though guys who played truant and got together to put vices into music are the norm for the average educated youth of Barbados. Pull yourselves together young men and women you can do better than that!

  50. The stupid one April 25, 2017 at 5:58 pm

    It’s a sad day for small minded people. I’m not condoning it but please man if it waz FT on stage it wouldn’t be a fuss you people are so ignorant and blinded it’s OK to have gay rights but not OK to have prostitution rights .let’s say you have a man with no self confidence Don’t know how to approach a woman but needs ittt bad .What should he do ???.should he go an rape some young lady or should he go to a lady plying that trade pay his money be satisfied and go home at the end of the day???people we don’t know the hardship people goes through .The shoe is on your I hope if comes off you wouldn’t want to kill ..leave the lady an attack the homo’s

  51. Hoodey April 25, 2017 at 6:10 pm

    I stood in shock. Slackness like waa!!!

  52. Everick Holder April 25, 2017 at 6:43 pm

    @Babsie you are an Idiot.
    You are either blind or stupid. I know that you can’t read.

  53. Kevin April 25, 2017 at 8:08 pm

    Children nor grandchildren under 16 shouldnt be at that show.

  54. Greengiant April 25, 2017 at 9:26 pm

    My dear brother Al, you are indeed a PR specialist. Your response shows that you have lost nothing over the years. If I was one of the sponsors I would immediately pull the stump and done the game. The performance should have been stopped immediately, its that simple and there would be no need to apologize to your paying patrons.

  55. Peter pay for all April 26, 2017 at 5:20 am

    Have you guys ever listened to dancehall songs before? Most of them are about sex with the most lewd lyrics. So is it because she is a Bajan and declared herself a prostitute that we feel embarrassed? It hurt our pride a bit? If she were singing a Spice or Lady Saw song would we have really cared? Is it because she’s a woman singing about sex openly? If a man sings that he pays prostitutes for sex would we denounce him too? Just to be fair, if we are saying to pull her song the entire event on the beach should be cancelled. If not just don’t send your easily corruptible children there.


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