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Should Yanique be banned from Magnum Kings and Queens? Fat chance of that happening

Should Yanique be banned from Magnum Kings and Queens? Fat chance of that happening Featured

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Members of civil society are leading a call to have popular hostess Yanique 'Curvy Diva' Barrett fired from her hosting duties on Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall after a post went viral of a dancer performing a provocative dance onstage that seemed to simulate live sex on an event in the Cayman Islands.

 

Yanique's detractors believe that the media vixen and recording artist should be removed from their television sets as she has no morals and is not a good role model for the young women of the country.

“We are not bashing Yanique for the life she wants to live and how she decides to make her money,” one user explained. “However she cannot stay on our TV and influence our children, she needs to be removed immediately.”

The calls for Yanique’s dismissal comes after her recent stint in the Cayman Islands which saw a raunchy video surfacing of the “Lifestyle” singer dancing on the floor during her performance at their Dancehall Queen competition.

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