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Entertainment News Written by  AKA Thursday, 31 January 2013 12:39 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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  Errol Ennis, the promoter of the annual Follow Di Arrow stage show, says that he will not allow indecent language or "discrimination against any ethnic or minority group, at the show on March 2.  


"There will be no indecent language, or any discrimination agaisnt any group at Follow Di Arrow this year. As a promoter of a dancehall show, I have a social responsibility, and that is to bridge the gap because dancehall and the public. Dancehall shows are feeling the pressure right now, sponsors refuse to sponsor our dancehall shows because of certain utterances by some artistes, I am taking a stance for Follow Di Arrow, when things are changing around you, you must change," Ennis told one876entertainment.com today. 
The show will be headlined by Bounty Killer and Macka Diamond this year. 
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