No to women abuse
STING 2013 in its 30th year of staging has always had a lyrical clash between artiste as it's main attraction but the organisers have always separated genders. A male and a female artiste vying for Dancehall supremacy via a clash goes against common human principles that will not only tarnish images but has a negative ripple effect, "we love di woman dem and prefer fi watch dem a do dem ting but we not here to compete wid dem or prove pon dem. I am against any abuse of women, physical. emotional or in this case, verbal." Kiprich does not believe a clash should destroy an artiste career but instead highlight the courage and versatility of the contenders as was demonstrated at STING 1993 clash between Bounty Killer and Beenie Man where both lyrically confronted each other tune for tune in what could easily be deemed as the best STING clash ever.
While not disclosing how he would handle the situation should it arise come Boxing Day,
|Kiprich on Onstage|
By: Sophia McKay