Sean Paul and politics

The biggest musician to come out of Jamaica since Bob Marley has a lot more on his mind than asking sexy ladies to "shake that thing," it seems.
Take gun control in Jamaican, for instance. There isn't any, Sean Paul opined.
"There are only two major political parties (in Jamaica) and they have control of docks and bays that bring in the guns," said Sean Paul, whose Never Going To Be The Same from his new album The Trinity is dedicated to late Jamaican musician Daddigon, a victim of gun violence. "We don't make guns in Jamaica" so he says it's up to him to drop a "lot on the politicians."


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