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Macka Diamond defends Tanya Stephens and Etana

Macka Diamond defends Tanya Stephens and Etana Featured

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Dancehall star Macka Diamond has waded into the US political debate by defending Tanya Stephens and Etana in a Facebook post. She asked Jamaicans to stop being so harsh on female artistes.    

 

"Please tek time with them, they are female artistes and it doesn't look good for Jamaicans to be ganging up on them in such a terrible way, everyone is entitled to their own opinion, we live in a democratic system. If Etana had said she was voting for Clinton, nobody would be attacking her that way, so it means that only their opinion counts, only the opinion of Internet bullies count now," she said. 

 

 

 

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