Legendary reggae artiste Bunny Wailer in an interview confirmed what Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines had told the nation. Speaking to reporters, the Vincentian Leader of Government stated that Bunny Wailer has informed him he is prepared to come and live in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, “by the end of this year,” Robertson Henry reports for Caribbeandirect.com.
Bunny Wailer was in St. Vincent and the Grenadines for three days to participate in the First Regional Conference on Reparations, which included a performance at the Opening Ceremony on Sunday night at the Victoria Park.
He told this journalist that he would be back in St. Vincent to live before the end of this year 2013 to live, because of his displeasure at the current social environment in Jamaica.
Speaking to this journalist in an exclusive interview, the Jamaican reggae icon stated, “My whole intention is to get out of Jamaica because Jamaica is a failure.”
He pointed out that although Jamaica has more people in it than many of the Caribbean islands, “but the politicality and the teachings and the other things that are taking place in Jamaica does not relate to my existence.”
The founding and only living member of the iconic reggae band The Wailers has lived in Jamaica for the past sixty-six years but is finding out now that “Jamaica is a serious problem base on the politicality.”
He added that he also reached that conclusion after viewing the behavior of the people who govern Jamaica, who are ‘involved in the misleading of our race as African people.
“So I am putting myself in a position to get closer to people who are defending those things that are right,” the legendary Jamaican reggae singer added.
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