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Reggae artiste Beats his Wife for Putting Pork in his Fridge

Reggae artiste Beats his Wife for Putting Pork in his Fridge

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No evidence was offered against Rastafarian reggae artiste Natty King when he appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court yesterday, after he was accused of using a machete to hit his wife on the hand for allegedly leaving pork in the refrigerator. Kevin ‘Natty King’ Roberts, also known as ‘The man from the East’, was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm. The decision made to go no further with the case was taken by Senior Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey, after Roberts’ wife told the magistrate she wanted the matter be done away with. The Crown alleges that sometime in September 2013, an argument developed between Roberts, who is Rastafarian, and his wife, who is a policewoman, over the pork inside a container in a plastic bag left in the refrigerator. The complainant admitted to the Mister Greedy and No More Guns to Town artiste that she did in fact have the meat, which is abhorred by Rastafarians. An altercation later ensued over this and a machete was used to hit the complainant on the hand. He allegedly then ran her out of the house, throwing out her cell phone, locking the windows and doors and telling her that the only way to return inside the house was to call the police.

Source: Boneyaad

Wow – Jamaican artist Ikon Threatens to commit suicide if Radio Station doe not play his music

Wow – Jamaican artist Ikon Threatens to commit suicide if Radio Station doe not play his music

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Ikon, a Reggae Artist in Jamaica threatens to commit suicide if the DJ at a radio station didn’t play his music. Bombay Hott Radio advice to artists : DO NOT ATTEMPT SOMETHING LIKE THIS. Full Story and interview on the video above.

Jon B live at Jazz Cafe London 14th Dec 2014

Jon B live at Jazz Cafe London 14th Dec 2014

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Jon B With The Reel Deal Band

Jazz Cafe, Camden, London

Downstairs tickets are general admission standing.

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Clean Bandit: Rather Be – Asha

Clean Bandit: Rather Be – Asha

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Beyonce’s demands for London’s 02 event

Beyonce’s demands for London’s 02 event

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A list of demands from Beyonce‘s London O2 Arena residency have reportedly been revealed.

The singer is allegedly demanding £600 drinking straws and hand-carved ice balls on her rider and she is insisting that her crew wear only 100 per cent pure cotton clothes, to save her from allergic reactions, according to The Daily Star. It also claims she demands her dressing room has freshly painted white walls and a new toilet seat, and will only use red toilet paper.

Junk food is banned and snacks must include glass platters of almonds and oatcakes – and there’s a strict green-only policy when it comes to salad bar nibbles. Other reported demands include special alkaline water that is served at exactly 21 degrees. “She’s extremely regimented and is taking everything extremely seriously, so she expects her list of demands to be adhered to. Working so hard and with the toll the travel takes on her body in addition to the intense shows, she feels that her requests aren’t too much to ask for as she wants to ensure everything goes to plan,” a source said.

During her six-night residency, Beyonce has snubbed brand new dressing rooms at the venue in favour of much larger quarters normally reserved for sports teams. “The new dressing rooms are superb – it’s like you’ve stepped into a luxury apartment. But she surprised everyone by turning them down, going for the larger ones that are used by sports teams when they play at the O2,” an insider told the Evening Standard, before adding: “They are much bigger though, and she was given free rein to refurbish them to her own taste. They’re also in a quieter part of the backstage area, which gives her a better atmosphere to get focused for her shows.”

Beyonce last night (April 30) played the second night of her O2 residency, performing for another packed house and – as happened previously – covering part of The Verve’s ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’. Her song ‘If I Were A Boy’ replicated the Verve hit’s string sample, and the lyrics were changed to include the ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’ line “I’m a million different people from one day to the next“.

Source: NME

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