Popular social commentator and multi-talented entertainer Curly Loxx says he was warned to remove a thumbnail which bears the face of Prime Minister Andrew Holness following his recent podcast. Curly Loxx of the straight-talking group Twins of Twins claims he was urged to remove the image by an ex-member of a police death squad.
Curly Loxx, whose real name is Patrick Gaynor, hosts a weekly podcast via Youtube dubbed In The Mean Time, where he tackles social issues. His latest episode entitled The Terminator with the subtitle “S*#K YUH MUDDA ANDREW?” with a depiction of the Prime Ministers as the Terminator is causing a bit of a stir.
Leading to an alleged ex-police who claims to be an ex-hitman for the government issuing a stern warning for Curly Loxx. According to Curly Loxx, he got a call from his brother Tu Loxx who told him about the threats as he was the one who got the call from the alleged hitman.
In response to the threats via Instagram, Curly Loxx stated, “Me nah tek them lightly, even thou me nuh believe them, really, but me nah tek them lightly.”
As Curly Loxx explained, “Because a mean, just look pon it me a speak out me a speak my mind me a revolutionary over two and a half decade me a put it in a every aspect a me work from song from stir it up interview go right back me a express myself a certain kind a way when it was, in a them time deh when if me fi dead a dem time deh me wud a did dead.”
Curly Loxx also issued a warning himself by stating, “My values a my values no man nuh coach me in these values me have fi decades you understand wah me a seh, me see it and say it as it is.”
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