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Reggae singer Shaggy says most antigay hate crimes in Jamaica are “homosexuals against homosexuals”

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Reggae singer Shaggy, who is probably best known for his 2000 megahit “It Wasn’t Me”, made some head scratching remarks during a recent interview.Speaking to Soundchat Radio, the Grammy Award winner was asked whether he’s ever felt unfairly demonized simply because he comes from a country that Time magazine once declared “the most homophobic place on Earth.”“Clearly,” he said, “On every level.”“I’ll tell you how bad it is.

We were doing promo and I was supposed to go on a television show, and we put in request… And they did not accept me based on the fact that I was from Jamaica, and they were saying that I represent homophobia.”He added, “Now, there is no track record of me doing this.

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