In the corner of my mind PEOPLE are just being petty


Hypocrisy is the mother of all evil and bad minds are still her favorite friend. Ishawna recently went to social media and bashed one of iconic Jamaica's and beloved entertainer Ms. Louise ‘Ms Lou’ Bennett and it was not accepted by most the natives and Diasporas; This was the quote from the Equal and Justice dancehall artist Ishawna made on her social media  "Mi nuh dress inna tablecloth like Miss Lou #RipMissLou."

Many took umbrage to Ishawna’s reference of Miss Lou because she is a woman that was admired for years since their childhood. In particular, one of my childhood favorite was Ring Ding and who can forget MASS RANNY. She was very posh and proper in speaking our Jamaican dialect patois. I concurred that Miss Lou was a huge cultural icon, a mega star that became a household name. But for crying out loud, why are people so hypocritical towards Ishawna's statement. I think it’s her “Equal Rights” lifestyle that may have touched some people nerves and caused this bashment on the dancehall star..

Most people have joined the bandwagon propaganda are not even fans of Ms. Lou; they wanna be heard with their hypocritical innuendos. “Jamaicans really need to stop mandating their self imposed limitations” said Tanya Stephens another recording reggae artist. Vivienne Tanya Stephenson commenting on Ishawna's behalf. Tanya has been recording songs for many years gave her two cents on the recent back lashing against Ishawna." there is gonna be a storm around here" as Tony 'Mentally ill'  would say if this harassment gain momentum. 

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| July, 19th, 2017

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