JAMAICAN MINISTRIES DELVE INTO BOUNTY'S TRINI REJECTION
Trinidad and Tobago officials are finally responding to Bounty Killa’s recent rejection into their country after giving us the run-around.
The office of communications in the Ministry of National Security tells Music News that they are not able to comment at this time as they are still looking into the matter.
The administrative assistant in the office who refused to give her name or be recorded added that when they have something official to say it will be made public.
But what does this mean? Didn’t they already know on what grounds they are denying Bounty Killa entry to their country? Therefore, shouldn’t the terms and conditions under which the entry was denied be readily available?
Well, Music News is delving even further. We caught up with Oliver Watt Director of Communications in the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture. (CLIP)
All this is stemming from Bounty Killa’s recent rejection to the country by Trinidad and Tobago’s immigration officials.
The incident happened on Friday night when the deejay arrived at the airport for a show. At that point he was informed by immigration officials that he was not granted permission to enter the country.