Vybz Kartel Sanction Both Local Injustice and Credit Flody
Blacks around the world are basically shifting focus to burn down injustice at least George’s death transparent from America to world, increasing sightful of racism between Blacks and Whites.
People are protesting to change laws and improve the legislature to be more inclusive. In Dancehall platform, artists could be blamed for not withstanding with outspoken and Koffee from Jamaica wants Justice system to be restructured respectively.
Having said on Instagram, “As we witness the constant injustice towards our brothers and sisters, we must stand together,” Koffee wrote. “I may be young, but I can fully feel the weight of the decades of oppression and abuse towards not only Black Americans, but Black people all over the world. Let George Floyd’s life be not in vein. We must fight for freedom and fight against injustice. We are all in this together. None of us are free until all of us are free. #georgefloyd,” as shared.
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It’s also safe to say George Floyd’s death made artists loose grip and Vybz Kartel is among Dancehall mind who wants injustice to be treated as COVID-19 Pandemic, even the local injustice should totally stop.
The incarcerated deejay took to social media and sanction both local injustice following George’s death. “RIP #georgefloyd and to my Jamaicans, remember our local injustices as well. #lestweforget #justiceforjodian,” he wrote.