Bounty and Beenie UPSET after Huge Event at Rick’s Café

Saturday, May 29, 2021, 12:36 AM GMT-5

Veteran Jamaican dancehall artistes Bounty killer and Beenie Man are left feeling some type of way after videos went viral of a well attended event called “Mochafest” held at t Rick’s Café in Negril Westmoreland.

Bounty took to his Instagram, tagged prime minister Andrew Holness and said the following “Unuh charged the pastor lady and also kingbeenieman who is a true ambassador for country and its culture we had problem with that but lets see what’s gonna happen to Rick’s Cafe now if is a triple standard thing a gwaan?”

See the rest of his statement below.

On the other hand Beenie Man took to his Instagram also to make light of the unfair happenings. According to Beenie Man it would appear that his “apology was not good enough” he went on to point out that he’s not above the law, but some people are. see below.

 Senior strategist in the Tourism Ministry Delano Sieveright said “the ministry was appalled” and a full investigation was launched.

The popular Western Jamaica hot spot was badly overcrowded and the managers have apologized since then. The operators of the venue will be required to undergo a recertification exercise to ensure strict adherence to the accepted health and safety protocols before the business is allowed to reopen.

The party “Mochafest” began on Monday May 24 and was not scheduled to end until Monday the 31st. It is known as a ‘vacation party experience’, patrons paid a minimum of US$310 for the 5 day experience and US$40 more for the full 7 days. Tickets were sold out by May 14th

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