Last year was a bloody year on the island and this year starts out with even more bloodshed, promoting some local celebrities to speak out and call for unity. The two dancehall legends recently met with law enforcement officials including National Security Minister Bobby Montague and other top level police officers where they both deejays pledge their support to help combat crime.
“Last year was a hard one for us but we have this year and we have next year,” Bounty Killer said while speaking at a crime fighting initiative put on by the national security ministry at the Jamaica Conference Centre. “I was brought here this morning by the minister this morning to give some support and encouragement to the security force as you know this is the hardest job on the island, fighting crime. I just want to tell everybody that fighting crime is everybody’s business.”
Bounty Killer also told the audience of mostly police officers that Jamaica needs more love among citizens. The self-proclaim Poor People Governor also called on the Jamaican government to fight the root cause of crime, poverty.
Ninja Man received a warm welcome to by the audience who was surprised by his entrance. His speech was well received as he touches on a number of topics including praising officers for the work that they are doing.