Prime Minister Gaston Browne has warned radio stations here that they will be sued if they play the controversial 2017 calypso “Nastiness.”
The song is done by Queen Ivena, the calypsonian behind a number of anti-ABLP compositions.
The Prime Minister is also reportedly planning to sue the former Calypso Monarch if she does not remove a line in the song which he thinks is defamatory to himself and his wife.
Browne who is currently in Grenada says he’ll write to the performer and will make good on his promise to sue if she does not stop sullying his good name.
Nastiness is very critical of the Gaston Browne government and the head of government himself.
But the country’s leader been tame in his response to Ivena, telling her on Facebook to look in the mirror to see the nastiness.
The song in question is being circulated on most major radio stations here.
The Prime Minister also plans to sue opposition Senator Damani Tabor and the Observer Media Group for statements made regarding his wife’s charity.
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