Queen Ifrica Blast Fellow Entertainers For Not Supporting Environmental Issues

Image result for QUEEN IFRICA dancehallQueen Ifrica has blasted fellow Dancehall/Reggae entertainers who are not supporting Jamaica’s environmental issues.

The Reggae superstar has expressed disappointment towards her fellow members of the entertainment fraternity who failed to turn out to the anti-bauxite mining demonstration at Heroes Circle in Kingston on Wednesday.

The “Below The Waist” singer took to Instagram Live to blast her fellow entertainers who she says failed to respond to calls to help bring awareness to the situation in the Cockpit Country.

“Wi link all some artiste, and some artiste a mek wi know seh dem deh a studio and dem a duh weh dem a duh. But anno crowd wi a look enuh, a response. We a look a touchable response to what is happening in our country,” Ifrica said.

The Reggae singer’s criticism did not end there as she also blasted social media bloggers for not giving the movement adequate support or coverage.

“Mi notice seh di bloggers and di vloggers dem, dem naw support weh wi a do, like dem only waa put up negative tings bout Jamaica. Everyting weh negative bout Jamaica, di whola oonu jump an oonu ready fi slander Jamaica, but as wi seh come togedda inna one voice fi talk fi wi country and wi people dem weh a suffa, everyaddy gone quiet,” she stated.

Image result for QUEEN IFRICA dancehallAccording to the 44-year-old singer, despite the lack of support, she will not be deterred in her activism. She says she will continue to fight for the environmental rights of every Jamaican until the Government addresses the issue.

“Who nuh waa support it, a your bad luck, a no our own. An wi will neva stap talking on behalf a di truth and on behalf a Jamaica people, original Jamaica people tuh; mi naw talk no knock off Jamaican nighda, caw a nuff knock-off Jamaican deh-deh weh no like Jamaica an waa si Jamaica mash up, an no waa support, an a worry when dem si Jamaica people tek a stand,” she lashed out.

“Stan up fi wha oonu want an stap gwaan like a no we seh free worl. A we free di people everyweh inna di worl. Africa look to we as Jamaicans, so a di time now fi we as Jamaica show dem seh wi a no wimp bout yah, an wi have wi rights and wi no care wha di outcome as lang as di people undastan seh dah fight yah a fi dem,” she added.

In recent months Queen Ifrica and Dancehall superstar Bounty Killer have been two of the leading voices in advocating against plan to allow mining in the Cockpit Country.

Source: Queen Ifrica Blast Fellow Entertainers For Not Supporting Environmental Issues – The Tropixs

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