NO WORD FROM TRINIDAD & TOBAGO OFFICALS ON BOUNTY'S REJECTION TO COUNTRY
The authorities of Trinidad and Tobago are either secretive about Bounty Kill’s recent denial of entry to the country or is that they don’t have an explanation?
Music News investigates and finds that the information was not readily available after speaking with several Trinidadian officials. In a nutshell, they gave us the run-around.
We first contacted the Trinidad and Tobago high commission on oxford road in Kingston who referred us to the ministry of national security in Trinidad and Tobago.
That department subsequently recommended that we contact the Trinidad and Tobago’s Superintendent of Police. They too were unable to assist and suggested that we contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs who pointed us back to the Ministry of National Security.
Bounty Killa who was expected to perform at the Cease Fire concert was informed by immigration officials at the Airport on Friday night that he was not granted permission to enter the country.
Bounty Kill’s manager Julian Jones-Griffith says no explanation was given.
Keep it locked to Music News as we await a response from the officials of Trinidad and Tobago.
Meanwhile, controversial deejay Vybz Kartel who was also slated to perform on the same show held at George V Park in Port-Of-Spain reportedly did well.