Follow Di Arrow 2011 ended Prematurely

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Follow Di Arrow

Follow Di Arrow

Bottles Reigns at Follow Di Arrow which was held at the James Bond Beach in St Mary, Jamaica.

Follow Di Arrow the first major stage show in Jamaica for 2011 came to a premature end after bottles were thrown on stage during Bounty Killer's performance.

It all started after Bounty Killer said he is the Giant of Dancehall Music. This is in regard to a newspaper report that there will be a lyrical clash between
himself and the now proclaim Dancehall Hero Vybz Kartel.

Killer said since he is the giant why would he need to clash with Vybz Kartel.

This did not go down well with the supporters of the leader of the Portmore Empire Vybz Kartel. They started hurling bottles at Bounty Killer who was still
on stage doing his set, forcing him to run for cover.

This was also carried over into the large crowd as supporters of both artists started throwing bottles, send everyone running for cover.

Kartel then came on stage in an effort to restore calm but he too had to run for cover as supporters of Bounty Killer started hurling bottles at him.

A number of people was injured during the fraca.

The tagline for this year show was "Be Positive".


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