Now here’s a situation where keeping it real goes wrong. Unfortunately, this “beef” is between two respected members of their respective communities. It’s not a good look to have this type of negativity surrounding what was thought to be such a positive union. However, I do believe it is all a misunderstanding, especially when reading Snoop’s view on Bunny’s contribution to the reggae genre and the state of his ongoing career. Snoop, I do support you in your efforts in gaining clarity about the Rastafari faith as well as your first try at a “reggae” album with the Reincarnated project but I can’t fully support your views toward Bunny Wailer on this one.
What are your thoughts?
THERE seems no end to the war of words between American hip-hop star Snoop Lion and reggae great Bunny Wailer, as Cecelia Campbell-Livingston reports in Jamaica’s Observer.
Snoop Lion fires the latest salvo in an April 24 interview posted on rollingstone.com.
“In the nineties, he (Bunny Wailer) could have never tried that because I’d have slapped the dogs#@t out of his old a@$. How dare you? After all I’ve done for you? How dare you? You wasn’t the s$#t in the Wailers. You was just one of them: Bob, Peter Tosh, then you. They dead mean more than you do alive. You get the energy? When it should have been, ‘Hey, this brother is putting me back in the light; I could possibly get on the road with him, be on his album, eat again. Let me get in line. This is Snoop Dogg; he’s already a star.’ It…
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