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PEACE TALK RYNO & KARTELSources from the St Andrew North police told THE STAR that the artistes visited the Constant Spring Police Station on Tuesday where they spoke about issues which were of major concern. Among these was the rumoured tension between the two that are believed to to have spiralled into violent incidents. When contacted, Kartel made it clear that there was no 'war' going on between himself and his former protégé, Blak Ryno. When asked about what was discussed in the meeting he said, "Nothing of any significance or importance to the country's welfare or well being. We didn't discuss corruption, etc." Deputy Superintendent Altermoth 'Parro' Campbell, Crime Chief for the division told THE STAR that the men were urged to conform with law and order and keep the peace. DSP Campbell said they both agreed to comply. discussed issues The Crime Chief elaborated, "We met with them and discussed issues which were causing problems in some divisions. There are some incidents which are said to be caused by the situation between them. Incidents of reprisals and so on. They say they are willing to cooperate with the police." This meeting comes in light of a series of incidences that have taken place since deejay Blak Ryno's announcement that he was leaving the Vybz Kartel-led Portmore Empire two weeks ago. Ryno had been a member of the Empire since January of 2007 where he was officially signed to Kartel's Adidjaheim Records. Ryno was the latest in a crew of persons to have left the Empire including Gaza Kim, known now as Kym and Lisa Hyper. On Thursday of last week, deejay Popcaan, Kartel's new protégé in the Portmore Empire, was one of several men reportedly detained during a police operation at a studio in Havendale, St Andrew. firebombed The detention of Popcaan and Vybz Kartel's visit to the station come a day after Blak Ryno's Winchester Court Apartment in St Andrew was destroyed by fire. The cause of that fire is still not known but it is rumoured that the apartment was firebombed. When contacted last week, Superintendent Derrick 'Cowboy' Knight, Head of the St Andrew Central police said "We would not have received word on the cause of the fire yet ... . The fire people would still be doing their investigations."
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ENTERTAIMENT NEWSSunday, August 16, 2009 Champions in Action 2009 Article from: http://dancehallreggaeweseh.blogspot.com/2009/08/beenie-and-kartel-booed-at-champion.html and http://www.outaroad.com/2009/08/vybz_kartel_beenie_man_got_boo.html The sight of Beenie Man and Vybz Kartel on the Jamworld stage battling a barrage of boos this morning underlined the mood of the nation since Sumfest - that the majority has definitely swung to Alliance/Gully. In the wake of Killer's lyrical bullets that have pierced Vybz Kartel's armour and delivered crushing blows in recent days, the Champions in Action crowd was anticipating the 5 Star General's performance and he did not disappoint. This show will go down in history as Bounty Killer and Mavado had the crowd in utter pandemonium at around 7am Sunday morning. During their performance Vybz Kartel could take it no longer and left Beenie on stage to face the boos alone, and despite the boos growing in decibels and Beenie's attempts to draw out the show and force the people to tire and leave, not one person walked out of Jamworld until they got what they came for: the Alliance in full effect. While Kartel's amateurish ability to perform with live band Ruff Kut was exposed, Anger Management band provided the energy that drove the Alliance's memorable appearance. It was a bad night for the Gaza crew as earlier Blak Ryno and Jah Vinci were also soundly booed and was a stark contrast to the constant huge forwards that greeted every word and melody from both Bounty Killer and Mavado. It evoked memories of Bounty Killer's 96 Sting performances in the sun-hot that was as fiery as the morning temperature. During their set Mavado called on stage Chase Cross, Flex and Einstein, who have also stolen the march on the Gaza young acts with their current dancehall hits, and the forwards didn't drop a notch as they proved that the Alliance hit factory, that ironically gave birth to Vybz Kartel, shows no sign of slowing. As the crowd streamed out of Jamworld triumphant Alliance/Gully fans were in loud and buoyant mood. From the sound of the disgruntled Gaza fans, head bowed and stride slowed, coupled with the less than lukewarm response to Kartel's reply to Killer's diss songs, seem to be returning to from whence they came - Alliance. Earlier Beenie Man seemed to be very aware of what was to unfold at Champions in Action as he approached the Alliance management at Jamworld with a plea for Mavado to appear on his Sizzle show next week. With the chemistry between him and Kartel fizzling more than sizzling after this outing it seems unlikely the two of them will take the stage together again. Kartel will not want to be wounded again by the boos that were initially brought on by Beenie. All in all it was another great staging of Champions in Action by the Presidential Click and the children of West Kingston will benefit from the generosity of the organisation at the upcoming back-to-school treat. As Beenie and Kartel have a week to regroup for Sizzle this coming weekend in Kingston, Mavado is off to Japan and the Killer moves to another favourite Alliance stomping ground, the UK. (Just so you all know found this piece obviously leaning to a particular side. For clarification it was Beenie Man who was booed and not really Kartel. I don’t want to mislead my babies^_^) Posted by Eve Mann at 7:34 PM Labels: Alliance, Anger Management Band, Bounty Killer, Champions in Action, Chase Cross, Dancehall, Einstein, Flex, Gully Gangster, Gully Side, Jamaica, mavado, Ruff Kut Band, Stein, Vybz Kartel