Jamaica Diss Culture: TVJ All Angles – October 14 2020

Jamaica Diss Culture: TVJ All Angles - October 14 2020 1

 

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23 Comments on "Jamaica Diss Culture: TVJ All Angles – October 14 2020"

  1. Uno really nah ntg fi do?😭😭

  2. Death before dishonor. Cowboy town. Fragile egos!

  3. Mi cuz migel pond utube

  4. Jah know lady what are you telling the masses of people . Stop blame other individuals for the action of others. Mother and father have to take responsibility for that. Sounds like you will sit and watch others turn your kids too? So what parents for then?

    • You’re an idiot. You say “take responsibility for your own actions” then say “mother and father needed to take responsibility”? How dumb are you?

      Just shut ya mout

    • everdon wilson | October 15, 2020 at 3:39 PM | Reply

      @C. L. I think taking responsibility by parents means from a young age, but as far as I sees it, environment plays a major role in bringing up kids, certain toxic communities can pioson a child, when I was a boy the entire community was involved in raising the children.

  5. Very interesting and well-produced piece.

  6. Stephawn Mattis | October 15, 2020 at 1:18 PM | Reply

    the music industry has played a major part in this problem

    • @shoan brown You guys need to stop blaming dance hall for everything its getting so annoying. Rap music in the U.S basically is the same thing as dance hall and they don’t have a high crime rate.

    • Stop blame di artiste dem, dem sing bout weh dem experience
      Fi years uno a use artiste as scape goat fi di voilence in Jamaica.
      If no voilence neva deh fi begin with dem wouldnt a sing bout it
      Dancehall music is the hard truth of Jamaica.

    • everdon wilson | October 15, 2020 at 9:51 PM | Reply

      @SpadeXG There are writers and writers it all have to do with how you penned your words and how you say it.
      You can sing about violence in a positive way, that rearly happen in the world of dancehall music.

    • @SpadeXG Its like they dont understand that once yuh have a corrupt government and lack of jobs for the people more youths aguh turn to crime everybody a complain and when election come dem a di same one fi a akiki wid di politician dem

    • @everdon wilson imagine u as a youth, see voilence been praised
      Growing up, how exactly yaa go sing bout dat positively

  7. The cycle and traditional approach to dealing with personal conflicts inna 🇯🇲 must be changed! From what I’ve seen and heard, and testimonies from all of these reformed bullies, (they’re not to be called gangsters nor Dons 🙄) just highlights or drive home the general conclusion that the majority of dem youts ya inna the place, dem glamorize violence, therefore every conflict, regardless of its intensity, will be resolved violently! Mek dem tan deh! 🙄🤬

  8. Why play vibes kartel songs in this article….isn’t their any more influential artists in Jamaica other than him that sing songs like these….the government of Jamaica is responsible for the lack of education and high level of intolerant behavior in the country…..a country without proper government will have high level of poverty and high illiteracy rates and therefore will doom….since 1962 only Michael Manley from the PNP did really have the people interest at heart….every other leader after him is all about them and their family…. only a revolution can be the solution.

    • everdon wilson | October 15, 2020 at 3:28 PM | Reply

      And even with all the good things Michael Manley had in mind, he couldn’t harness all the energy , from the different social classes in the country.

    • Kartel is the king of dancehall now. If him on billboard him fans rejoice but him promote nuff negativity too so they also have to accept that fact as well. Just so it set. You can’t get another more influential to make the point.

  9. everdon wilson | October 15, 2020 at 3:33 PM | Reply

    What is happening here is mainly the disintegration of the social order, mix with poverty and the lack of opportunities and limited educational opportunities.

  10. Disrespect smh, the people of Jamaica need to adapt a spirit of self control

  11. Fabz Rust Rider | October 15, 2020 at 9:18 PM | Reply

    I love Jamaica 🇯🇲 💯🇬🇧

  12. Fabz Rust Rider | October 15, 2020 at 9:22 PM | Reply

    Jah know, how di man dem Fi live In this manner, not good

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