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Beenie Man Building A Church In Waterhouse

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Beenie Man is building and church and a library in Waterhouse.

The dancehall icon is spending his own money to rebuild a church and a library in his community. Beenie Man, who grew up in Waterhouse in St Andrew, is giving back to the place that he once called home in a major way. The deejay says his faith is now Rastafarian, but the church still holds a special place in his heart because he used to attend church as a child growing up regularly.

Beenie, whose real name is Anthony Moses Davis, is making it clear that he isn’t building the church because he is becoming a Christian, but is doing it as his way to give back to the community. The deejay revealed that the historic Ethiopian Orthodox Church holds a special place in his heart.

“Mi love God in every way, and mi will praise him in every name,” Beenie said. “It is not about Christianity, and I’m not trying to baptize. Selassie nuh need fi do that. You see true my mother a Christian and everybody know, but my church is the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.”

The dancehall legend noted that the church is being built in the most violent part of Waterhouse, at Unity Lane off Balcombe Drive. “The only thing left to go on now is the top, but mi did a plan to put a library on the top because it is a community church and the youth dem need something to do,” he continues.

Beenie Man revealed that the church would’ve been already completed, but members of the community stole some of the construction material in an area where it was stored. Some $2.4 million is already spent on the construction in labor and material, and another $4 million is needed for the completion.

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Watch Vybz Kartel, Afro B & Dre Skull “Shape Nice” Video

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Vybz Kartel, Afro B, and Dre Skull drops the visual for their single “Shape Nice.”

The track was produced by Mixpak Records who produced several hits for Vybz Kartel and Popcaan. The video features plenty ladies showing off their dance moves in the streets of Kingston while Kartel and Afro B spits the lyrics.

“Yuh got the black girl booty / Bubble like the brewery / Love is not a crime tell the jury / Whine for the fame for the money for the jewelry / Every man a watch yo how yuh do it / Bend yuh back now settle pon the block now,” Kartel deejay.

Watch “Shape Nice” music video below.

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Shenseea and Tyga Drops New Track and Visual “Blessed”

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Shenseea and Tyga come through with a new dancehall/hip-hop crossover track “Blessed.”

Last weekend, Shenseea went viral on social media when she posted two photos of herself and another woman in bed. Urban Islandz reported that the stills were from her upcoming music video “Blessed” featuring Tyga. The Arrad-directed cut was shot in Montego Bay recently when Tyga flew down to the Second City for a quick work vacation. The track was produced by Rvssian and released under Rich Immigrants and Interscope Records.

The cut kicks off with a breathtaking view of everyday life in the resort city with Rastafarians on the beach, fishermen coming in from sea with their catch and Shenseea waking up in bed in the morning with her smoking hot female friend beside her.

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“First thing in the morning when I wake up / Thank god for life / Look in the mirror say b*tch am the best best best best best best best best,” Shenseea sings.

“Blessed” marks the first time that Shenseea and Tyga are collaborating on a track and already it’s a huge hit among dancehall and hip hop fans. Watch the video below.

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Spice Explodes On Akbar V For Mocking Jamaican Accent: Love & Hip Hop Atlanta

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Spice exploded and attacked her Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta co-star Akbar V for mocking her Jamaican accent.

Last season we saw the dancehall diva getting into it with other co-stars like Tokyo Vanity and this season, there is more drama. On episode 9 of this season, Spice and Akbar V got into it forcing security to separate the two women. Unlike last season when she received some backlash for fat shaming Tokyo Vanity, Spice is getting a lot of support from her fans for putting the paws on Akbar V for mocking her Jamaican accent and calling her a “b**ch.”

“Don’t you dare try to downplay my culture a wha she hear bout?!” Spice tweeted. She also shared the video clip on Instagram where she wrote, “Rule #1 Don’t ever try to mock my Jamaican accent, and Don’t call me b***h. #petpeeve. Respect my country Period.”

Spice is getting a lot of support from dancehall fans and Jamaicans who thinks that Akbar V was out of line for mocking her accent. Some folks also suggested that Spice shouldn’t taint her brand for someone who is considered a lower tier celebrity.

“Spice me like how you defend we thing, the blood*** gyal bright and out of order but she is not even worth tainting your brand for them waste gyal deh,” one fan wrote. Another fan added, “She want it to get slap for real.Her ass was being so disrespectful with no life. Instead of attacking people like that should be getting her life together and take care of her kids but no she’s mimicking Spice who comes from Jamaica and doing wayyyy better than her. F*** her.”

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