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Guyana: No to Buju Banton

Guyana's Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination condemns an upcoming performance by Jamaican dancehall performer Buju Banton.

3 comments

  • queenylanna

    i totally disagree with that”no to buju in guyana” we sholdn’t promote homosexualitiy noway,that’s why the world is so corrupt,the bible taught us of adam and eve not adam and steve,nothin should stop him from performing in guyana,wake up guyana and stop the foolishness,a wey onnu hear bout,hot fire

  • jane

    why not condemn the bible…or religions for that matter?..they clearly talk against homosexuality…this is a democratic world…so as much as gays feel it’s thier right…it is buju’s right to talk against sinful act….i welcome buju banton with open arms to guyana.

  • […] Whether he did or didn’t, Banton has continued to use pretty vile language to define the LGBT community.  He’s called LGBT protestors of his music “stupid” and “ignorant,” told them to “fuck” off, and continues to sing homophobic songs (like the one above).  YouTube video of him singing the song above in Miami came out AFTER he made a pledge to stop singing the song.  Banton also sang the song at a Guyana music festival, causing the ire of local LGBT activists. […]

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