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IS THE $3M CLASH BIASED TOWARDS NINJAMAN??? WHAT WILL COBRA DO? @one876 @reggaesting Featured

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The streets are saying that the $3 million clash could be biased towards Ninjaman being the victor. The three million clash is DSR Christmas gift to Jamaica this year, musically.

Josef Bogdonavich, the label's CEO, announced recently on entertainment programs ER and E Prime a $3-million winner-takes-all lyrical clash at Sting, which is celebrating its 30-year anniversary.
Ninja Man, also a contender, will have the duffle bag of cash live on stage to hand over to the winner. The much-touted event, set for Jamworld Entertainment Complex, Portmore, St Catherine on December 26, will feature international artiste 2 Chainz, dancehall legend Super Cat and current icons including Beenie Man and Mavado.
Bagdonavich, via his company, officially became a full-time partner of Sting, with founder Isaiah Laing last year, after a few years behind the scenes.
The event is dubbed as 'The greatest one-night show on Earth'.
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