VETERAN ARTISTE ADVICE BUJU TO KEEP A LOW PROFILE

Buju “The gargamel” Bonton was released from being incarcerated in an USA based prison for the pass 7 years.

Upon his return to his home land Jamaica he was welcomed with open arms and fans of all ages,nationally and ethnic backgrounds were quite glad to see the DJ once more, not everybody was quick to jump on the bandwagon van.

Veteran DJ “KING YELLOW MAN” has done a good job at keeping a low profile when it comes on to his personal life.

He credits this to steering clear of the negativity, which he says can be fostered by media entities.

Over the past few days, people have been longing to get a taste of what Buju has been up to since being released from prison on drug-related charges.

Yellowman wants the entertainer to lay low and feel out the business and to get back familiar with his roots.

He went to say

“ The entertainment programmed… dint talk about what you do beyond the music. They only talk about who did this or did that, who fah woman Dey wid who, that is fi dem thing, which is why I don’t do a lot of interviews so they can’t ask me those questions”.

The DJ added that

“They interview the artistes dem wah have problem inna dem life and have problem with dem career, and that’s one of the things I want to share with Buju. Him have a lot of damage control fi deal wid. I will wait until Buju cool off and all addi wagonists and so called fans dem round him and the hype people dem gone, then I’ll just arrange some time and go link one away”.



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