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Rasta Bogle impresses at Sting 2012 with 'rat of interest' comments Featured

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Global Life recording artiste Rasta Bogle worked a tight, creative stint at the Sting 2012 show, earning a huge forward for his socio-political statement regarding a government ad attacking gun-toting criminals.  

He hit the stage a few minutes after 11 p.m. performing the single, Love, which got an enthusiastic response from the crowd. However, it was the single, Woman of the Year, which generated the most response with fire rockets going off, and the crowd swaying to the sweet harmonies. Bogle used the stage well, working each corner of the stage to get his message across to the females in the audience. Some of them even commented that he had a  voice similar to that of reggae superstar Ini Kamoze. Then he paused to talk to the people saying:

"Everytime yu turn on the television, yu see a commercial ah compare the ghetto yutes to rats, but mi never see an item pon the news ah talk about 'rat of interest'," he said as torches lit the night sky in response to his comments.


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