Fast-rising dancehall talent, Ranaya Pappoe, popularly known as Shatana – sister to the legendary Terry Bonchaka, has cautioned slay queens to stop putting pressure on the current government to the fix the country.
According to the outspoken musician, slay queens are not qualified to discuss fix the country.
In a viral video on social media Shatana indicated politicians are not taking us serious because of some female slay queen celebrities whose main aim is to display their nakedness on social media for trends.
Shatana referenced Slayqueens are a portion of the nation's issues and they must fix themselves before telling the government to fix the country.
“The only thing this so called slay queen celebrities have accomplished for this nation is
influencing the youth to follow married men” she said.
However it is obvious from my take that fixing the country’s problems is the collective responsibility of the both the political leaders and the citizens.
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