Cedric 'The Entertainer' gears up for Jamaica

June 14, 2009

Cedric The Entertainer

It would appear the affection Jamaicans have for American comedian/actor Cedric 'The Entertainer' is mutual as, according to the popular television personality, he is still revelling in an un-forgettable experience he had here 14 years ago.

"I had a trip down to Kingston - maybe it was 1995. Part of the trip was that I was supposed to spend a couple of days in Negril," recalled Cedric. "They were going to fly me over in a small plane, but something went wrong, so I ended up driving over in a Jamaican cab. It was all fun 'cause I got to drink Red Stripe beer and red rum and had a ball meeting and greeting the people."

Cedric, who will be visiting Jamaica for the upcoming Caribbean Classic Golf Invitational from June 24-28, which includes a comedy show, said he is looking forward to more fun timesin Jamaica.

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Poor and Boasy To Turn Self In

June 14, 2009

Poor and Boasy

Poor and Boasy, who was accused of stabbing a man nine times, said he will be turning himself in to the police.

When Our

Sources contacted the artiste yesterday, he said he would be making no comments about the matter.

"Really and truly, right now mi lawyer seh no questioning, no comments about the matter. Mi a carry miself in," said the artiste, whose real name is Omar Johnson.

However, he was unwilling to state when or where he would turn himself in.

In an article

published in yesterday's Newspaper titled 'Police Want Poor and Boasy', Lindon Clarke accused Poor a

nd Boasy of stabbing him nine times on various sections of his body.

Heated argument

The incident was said to have occurred after a heated argument between the two at an event in Aenon Town, Clarendon, last week Friday morning at about 1:00.

Clarke was hospitalised. After being released on Saturday, he reported the matter to the Spaldings police. The police confirmed that a report was made and that an effort was made to arrest Poor and Boasy later.

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Police want Poor and Boasy

June 13, 2009

Left: Poor and Boasy. Right: Lindon Clarke shows his covered wounds. He said he was stabbed by Poor and Boasy last Friday morning. - Contributed

Oh Oh, Poor and Boasy is a wanted man!

Poor and Boasy, real name Omar Johnson, has found himself on the wrong side of the law, as he is accused of being involved in a stabbing incident which occurred last week.

Our Sources  has learnt that Johnson is now wanted in connection with the stabbing of Lindon Clarke, a resident of Aenon Town, Clarendon, where the incident allegedly occurred.

Checks with the Spaldings police confirmed that a report was made on Saturday, after which an effort was made to nab Johnson.

A policeman said Johnson was expected to attend a dance which was being held in Spaldings, also in the parish.


The efforts of the police were, however, thwarted, as Johnson reportedly did not turn up.

Corporate Area police stations have since been briefed, the policeman added.

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No 'Flipping' war - KipRich [June 10, 2009]

June 11, 2009

Dancehall artiste KipRich says the rumours surrounding a feud between himself and fellow artiste, Flippa Mafia, are false.

According to KipRich: "I did a song at Shocking Vibes studio the other day and some likkle man who love carry news gone and carry it the wrong way and said I did a song that was directed at Flippa. If one next KipRich out deh recording songs, mi ah go ask him fi stop."

Flippa Mafia was recently at odds with dancehall's cross and angry 'Warlord', Bounty Killer, because of the song, Unfinished House, a song that Flippa did. According to previous media reports, most thought the song was directed at Killer.

KipRich, whose correct name is Marlon Plunkett, is also an affilate of the Alliance, said: "The person who carried back news to Flippa obviously never know say me and Flippa grow together in Waterhouse, so I would hear back. To show you how weird it is, the song not even name yet, but I think I'm going to call it Chat Too Much.

A line from the chorus says 'dem chat too much, wha mek dem cyaan mek a ting an' just clutch...' So I don't know if is that the person hear and say 'yeah a muss Flippa dat a talk 'bout'. But a jus' suh some people fool."

The artiste said after Flippa heard about the song, "He called and asked me about the song and he told me what he heard and when it came down to it, it was a different story reach him tru di Chinese telephone ... You just have some people who hang roun' artiste and carry news fi get a ting or get ratings more time, but there is no animosity and there won't be any. Right now it's all about music and mi naw slow down fi no foolishness."

KipRich returned to the island on Sunday following a performance at the Atlanta-based nightclub, Club Intrigue, on Saturday night. The show, which was called 'Nuh Behaviour', based on KipRich's tag line, received overwhelming support from patrons, and also featured artistes Bling Dawg, Flex and New York-based artiste Fats.

This Saturday, KipRich will be performing for, and mingling with the staff of, the five-star resort hotel, Gran Bahia Principe in St Ann.

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The Star



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