Spice Responded to Organizers of Rio sports Ambassadors Award Show

Was Spice Too Ranchy For Coperate Jamaica. Did they pull the plug on her performance?

Read her response below

My Riddim stopped playing when I was about to do this song but yet still these dancers came up right after me and you played the same song and it was ok. No technical difficulty. I'm not bashing these lovely dancers who I love dearly but they were dressed in short shorts and bra top on stage winning and a skin out, girls winning on man back it up and all, but I wore a dress and it was inappropriate.

Or is it because I'm nt from 'Uptown' it wasn't ok for me to sing my own song but they could dance to it?.

I wonder what they expected me to sing because in that case they should have hired Kevin Downswe twice instead of requesting me.

All I know is that 'Some' of you BLACK PEOPLE ARE A SET OF HYPCRITES.

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Oct 18, 2016
Spice spice Spice
by: Mobay

I CAN TAKE A JOKE......I GET THIS....BUT FOR SOME REASON.....AS MUCH AS THIS VIDEO SEEMS HILARIOUS?......I JUST DON'T APPRECIATE WHAT THEY DID TO SPICE.....WAS UNCALLED FOR.......F*** YOU ORGANIZERS!!!!!!.......Jamaicans are ashamed if their dancehall culture......and I'm sure spice would have toned down her show for the performance.....there was nothing wrong with her dress either......veyonce performed for the president in a God damn swim suit basically for christ sake ......if they didn't like it.....she shoulda been screened before the show....don't embarrass the international act like this......athletes should defend her......this woman performed and represented jamaica in culture clash in England in front of thousands of white Europeans and won it for jamaica.......this time me nah laugh.......and jamaica is a hypocritical country of spineless people.....I'd she had said something wrong I could understand......but this was nasty.......had nothing to do with politics.....just wrong......rhis is jamaican....this is dancehall.......test some of you still stuck on reggae and still want watered down and music and for reggae to like pop....but take a f***ing look around......the word nuh wah hear no damn reggae right now.....watch the grammy awards and MTV and bet awards they all trying to be like DANCEHALL.....sound like DANCEHALL......trying to own DANCEHALL.....RAW.....TRUE DANCEHALL!!!!......go to the most sophisticated pay event and don't play real dancehall and see......if they thought spice was wrong for the show or her attire was wrong or material was wrong.....it was too late....what they did was more distasteful than anything they could have thought spice might do....anything that they could find considerably wrong on spices part IS STILL THE FAULT OF THE ORGANIZERS AND A REAL PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZERS WOULD HAVE AT LEAST SCREENED THE PERFORMANCE OF THE MAIN ACT BEFORE THE SHOW.....OLD PEOPLE FI LOW YOUNG TALENT TO........UNU STUCK!!!!!.....sorry...NUH care a who F*** YOU FOR THIS ONE!!!!......NUH worry @spiceofficial .....dem muss call you one day again ...tell dem f*** off...this little banquet cya hurt u career....cool pon dem too!!!!.

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