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Mi nah clash no woman - Kiprich @reggaesting @one876 Featured

Entertainment News Written by  AKA Tuesday, 24 December 2013 19:25 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Hailed as 'undisputed' and prepared to defend his title at STING 2013, Kiprich sends a clear message to fans and promoters of the event, "me nah clash nuh woman!".

According to the popular Dancehall artiste word in the street is that the new format to clash at STING 2013 (STING 30) allows for female artistes to participate in the challenge against him and he's totally against it, "if it is dat anybody can come up pon stage fi challenge me den dat mean sey a female artiste can step up to the challenge" Kiprich said. Although such information was not communicated to him by the promoters of the event, he wants the public to know of his stance before taking the stage. Kiprich said the direction in which a clash can go especially with a US$30000 cash prize makes it inappropriate for any male artiste to clash a female artiste, "it can get real ugly and Dancehall nuh need dat." No to women abuse STING 2013 in its 30th year of staging has always had a lyrical clash between artiste as it's main attraction but the organisers have always separated genders. A male and a female artiste vying for Dancehall supremacy via a clash goes against common human principles that will not only tarnish images but has a negative ripple effect, "we love di woman dem and prefer fi watch dem a do dem ting but we not here to compete wid dem or prove pon dem. I am against any abuse of women, physical. emotional or in this case, verbal."
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