Dancehall veteran Ninja Man says he is living in fear due to the fallout between himself and sting promoter Isiah Laing. The veteran who has a pending murder case, says he fears he could receive the same faith as his fellow D.J. Vybz Kartel due to the situation with him and sting promoter Isiah Laing.
Following the announcement by organisers that this year’s edition of Sting will be designed to honour several artistes including “Bounty Killer” and “Ninja man” for their contribution to the establishment of the show over the years.
Ninja Man had famously said he would not attend the award because he doesn’t believe that it is a genuine act of appreciation and would, therefore, send one of his children to collect the award on his behalf.
Isiah Laing responded stating that “he don’t have a problem with them not coming,” Laing told THE STAR. “If they want to send somebody to collect for them, then that’s fine. I’m just doing what I have to do.”
Now the veteran have expressed fears over the fallout. “Everybody that decided not to do Mr. Laing show or not to work with him, he has his own system where he will put you in prison or send you to jail,” Ninja Man said.
“Same way with Vybz Kartel who stopped worked with him and they never stopped fighting him until he ended up in jail. Mr. Laing will do anything in his power to tear down an artist that don’t want to work with him. So people can look out for anything to happen with my case because they are planning a whole lot of things. My case should have finished a long time ago, but because they want to have it over my head.” He said