King B-Fine against murder music's message of hate





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Published on Sep 3, 2011

King B-Fine talks about his song "Jah No Dead". This man is genuinely supportive of the GLBTI community in Sydney and elsewhere. This should be taken on board by the international community and he should be welcomed everywhere as an excellent musician who has the dignity and grace to be accepting of all who love the music. Find more info on his myspace page.

Another dancehall/reggae artist who has had the courage to take this stance is Mista Majah P. He has just released a new album "Tolerance" - check it out on YouTube, his homepage, iTunes & cdbaby.com.

Full transcript of this vid below:

"Rastafari Selassie as the Almighty JAH! Yeah man this is King B-Fine as you all know. I just want to talk a little bit of something about... uh... controversy about my song called "Jah Nuh Dead", you know? Uh... people, I just want you to understand that I have nothing against homosexuality - gay, straight, Rasta, baldhead [no dreads]... Mine is, I believe in love. If you can love who you love, it's who you love - I'm not there to judge, you know? Rastafari, I love you as a straight person; I love you as a gay person; I love you as a Rasta; I love you as a shaved man. You know? Not because I'm a Rasta I will hate you because you are not a Rasta... no! I love everyone and One Love to you all. PEACE!"

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