Veteran female Dancehall entertainer Tanya Stevens has gotten the ball rolling by announcing her allegiance in Jamaica’s upcoming election.
Earlier today, the Yuh Nuh Ready Fi Dis Yet singer took to Instagram to post a picture with her and Mark Golding, with a short message about her political alliance in the caption.
Starting with a statement of clarification, the post was captioned, “Taken at the launch of Murder She Wrote, not a political event.” Stevens then went on to say, “Where I stand in the picture is where I plan to stand on election day. Jamaican ppl need to meet the obvious choice over all the arrogance and hijacking of our country! @markgolding.”
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In response to her political statement, Dancehall artiste Stacious wrote, “Well well well….. this is a bold move fi u and brave fi him! Him betta know u same 1 will claaat him if he doesn’t deliver. 😂 i will vote for u @iamtanyastephens councilor/mp/mayor ….”
Mark Golding also left a comment under the post that read, “Respect Tanya! I know you will hold me accountable to the task of making Jamaica the place where every citizen can progress. Thank you for your commitment to charting a #NewDirection for our country. #TimeCome.”
A fan of the singer, Toneglowbrighten, commented, “Since you voting 🗳 for him i will too,” to which Stevens replied, “I will continue to be very transparent about my decision, as I have always been.”
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