Beenie Man: I admit my homophobic songs were wrong


Dancehall artiste Beenie Man has been kicked off the upcoming Raggamuffin show because of gay pressure and his homophobic songs which were done in his earlier years.

Seem the deejay really wants to be on this gig as he is admitting that his homophobic songs were wrong.

According to stuff.co.nz Beenie Man in a promotional interview with Grant Grant Smithies, claimed he was a changed man and should be welcomed in New Zealand.
The bass rolls out low and smooth while drums tag-team each other in the depth of an echo chamber.

Up front on the microphone, the vocalist half-sings, half-chats his lyrics over the beat in a high clear voice. The song is called ‘Too Fancy’ and the performer sounds like he’s about five years old.

“Nah, man, I was eight!” Beenie Man from his Kingston home. “That me very first recordin’ ever. Me go down there straight from school in short pant and cut that tune. Soon after that, I make an album called The Ten Year Old Boy Wonder, and me nah stop since. Now I have over 100 number one songs here in Jamaica.”

Hmm we wonder who else will come out swinging against the deejay.

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