Vybz Kartel banned songs from playing at Street Vybz Thursdays
One of dancehall reggae most controversial artiste Vybz Kartel is at it again.
Reports are that at his weekly party "Street Vybz Thursday" which is held at "The Building" in Kingston, Jamaica a number of songs by different artists have being banned from playing there by the Teacha, as he is also called.
The most recent song which is not allowed to be played by DJs is "Sugar Plum Plum". This is a collaboration between Beenie Man and Kartel's ex girlfriend Pretti Kitti.
Other artistes who have made the listed are: 1. The Alliance Members 2. JOP members 3. Gully Squad 4. Black Ryno and 5. Gaza Kim
Some dancehall and reggae fans are now saying that Kartel think that he owns Dancehall Music.
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