By Krazy Katty
Yow! An mi a seh flick it like a dollar - an mi a seh roll it like a ten-cent- an mi a seh "Daggering" never postpone," are the words Bragga's uttered in his 2008 hit single "Dagga Dat". However, since of late his statement above which declares that Daggering never postpone did not stand grounds for long as the Broadcasting Commission has "flicked" the "Daggering" script like a one-cent and rolled all "Daggering" songs from off the air waves and TV stations "like a roller-coaster."
So far, the Broadcasting Commission has been successful in ridding the airwaves and TV stations of these "Daggering" songs. But more problems seems to be on the rise for the Dancehall Fraternity as The Jamaica Council of Churches (JCC) are now lobbying for the government to put an end to several street sessions (party) such as Passa Passa, Bembe, Dutty Fridaze to name a few.
A promoter of one of these popular street dances who did not wished to have his name disclosed slammed the JCC saying, "this is rubbish why the church would want to fight against these sessions when a lot of poor people survive from the staging of these parties. The churches need not to focus on street sessions, what they need to do is spend more time in trouble communities and try to restore peace."
The Jamaica Council of Churches (JCC) is also calling on the Jamaican Constabulary Force (police) to do everything in their power to make sure that private and public vehicles desist from playing these vulgar daggering/edited songs.
"Yow! An mi a seh flick it like a dollar - an mi a seh roll it like a ten-cent- an mi a seh 'Daggering' not only postponed, it cancelled to di fullest."