A London night club owner has reportedly been told by police there to ‘ban Jamaican music’.
According to a reported on www.bbc.co.uk the owner was told to stop playing ‘bashment music’.
The owner of Dice Bar in Croydon said he was told by the Metropolitan police that Jamaican music is “unacceptable”.
Roy Seda says he’s under so much pressure that he now makes DJs sign contracts not to play the genre.
“We had a flyer which said R&B, garage, house, bashment and hip-hop – and I was advised to remove the word ‘bashment’ because chart and commercial music is considered safer,” Owner Roy Seda was quoted as saying.
Gavin Barwell is the Conservative MP for Croydon Central, where Dice Bar is located.
The situation is so serious that police want the license reviewed with the claim that it is associated with crime and disorder.
In the meantime Jamaican deejays continue to church out violent-filled and demeaning lyrics expecting to go places with it. The writing is on the wall!