‘It’s a shame’ dancehall singer Tanya Stephens won’t travel anywhere that violates her human rights – DancehallMag
That’s a shame Reggae and dancehall crooner Tanya Stephens announced via Instagram that she will not go to a location that violates her human rights.
Stephens post is in response to request from United States of America mandate announced earlier this week On November 8, all non-immigrant and non-citizen air travelers will be required to provide proof of their vaccination status before boarding a flight to the country.
Riddled with profanity, the reggae singer shared, quite extensively, her take on America’s vaccination mandate and her take on vaccination in general.
“Nuh mek nuh p — y trick oonu. This gyal only tek juk from b — y. I’m not going anywhere where human rights have to be given up to get in, ”she said at the start of her caption.
“The BIG world and for a long time I ran and smoked from a bwoy deh pon man, hope they get a bus. Me good, ”she continued.
Stephens went on to denounce accusations that people who have publicly criticized the vaccinations are secretly being vaccinated.
“About hide and tek juk… do you think we don’t have the same thing?” ” she wrote.
This reference may also have been in response to recent comments by the Prime Minister about people secretly taking jabs while publicly discouraging others. According to Loop newsThe Prime Minister, as he addressed the House of Representatives on Tuesday, urged Jamaicans not to be fooled by people condemning vaccinations, saying that “the biggest irony is that some of the very same people who preach against vaccines left quietly and in private and got vaccinated.
Expressing a very strong anti-vaccination stance, Stephens used his Instagram to encourage his 89,000 followers to boycott, among others, companies that have issued mandatory vaccination orders.
“If 2.5 million unvaccinated Jamaicans stop paying taxes, the economy and government will collapse. If they refuse medical care for the unvaccinated, refuse taxes. Strike and boycott any business that demands vaccination cards that violate your medical privacy, ”she posted.
Encouraging her supporters to know their power, she added, “Demand that your fellow citizens and the people you employ to rule your life use common sense.