Dancehall Music Banned in Trinidad Establishment
It appears more persons are beginning to make their dislike of dancehall music known internationally.
A few months ago a club in London (UK) was reportedly ordered by police to refrain from playing dancehall music because it “promotes violence”.
The owner of the club later complained that the order was causing an issue with patrons.
Now a beach facility in Trinidad has reportedly mounted a sign stating “Notice – NO Dancehall Music – By Order of Management.”
According to Irie FM, a photograph of the sign was posted online by a Trinidadian who reportedly went to the beach.
Several Jamaicans have complained of unfair or inhumane treatment while visiting or working in Trinidad in recent years.
Last month 12 Jamaicans were prevented from entering the country after arriving at the Piarco International airport.
The somewhat vague reason given for their denial of entry by the Trinidad and Tobago Government was that: they were “deemed likely to become charges on public funds”.
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