Sunday, October 4, 2009

Bounty Denied Entry Into Trinidad - Vybz Kartel Lock It Down

Bounty Killer did not get the chance to "Cease Fire” with his arch-rival Vybz Kartel over the weekend at a concert which was held at the George V Park in Port-of-Spain as he was denied entry into the country by Immigration officers at the Piarco International Airport.

Information reaching is that Bounty who was expected to perform at the Cease Fire concert arrived at Piarco Airport minutes after 8pm last Friday (October 2, 2009) onboard flight BW 415. However, as soon as Mr. Cross, Angry Miserable exits the aircraft and approached Immigration they immediately informed him that he was not granted permission to enter the Country. Bounty Killer had to wait 12 hours for the next available flight back to Jamaica.

According to, a source close to the concert promoter, Jacho Entertainment, claimed that they were given no logical explanation as to why Bounty Killer was denied entry. The source said initially they were told that Bounty Killer failed to produce a work permit and then they were told that he was given no permission to enter Trinidad. Local artiste Ken Charles, also known as KMC, slammed the authorities for denying Bounty Killer entry to the country and said that the promoter should sue the State.

Even though patrons were upset with the Immigration decision fans still turned out in their numbers to witness a brilliant performance from Vybz Kartel along with a few members of his Empire.

Source: Out A Road

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