Outspoken Reggae artiste Queen Ifrica is not letting up on her campaign via speech to hit out at the “system” plus share her views on changes she would like to see in Jamaica and the world.
In fact, she touched on several different topics throughout her lengthy live chat(s).
Queen Ifrica who made her last big performance at Rebel Salute used the live-stream to talk about several big shows that are not booking her, despite not having any “visa issues”.
The ‘Lioness On The Rise’ singer used the opportunity to express her want to perform in several Caribbean countries as frequently as she did in the past, however, she highlighted that she is working on an “album” and anticipates that after the album, she will be more active and doing more performances.
She also called out L.A. Lewis at one point, urging him to join her live to explain more to the people about the rights of the Maroons. “We the victims of society is giving the system an ultimatum,” she said as she switched the topic at one point, urging Jamaicans and others around the world to hold persons in top positions “accountable” for their actions.
She next called out her former partner and associate Tony Rebel for being a silent gatekeeper.
“Dah fire yah cah afford fi be partial at nuh stage enuh.. suh him a one a dem weh belong on a list a gatekeepers of the country who gone silent, where speaking on behalf of the people is concerned,” says the ‘Times Like These’ Artiste.
Queen Ifrica also touched on the Vybz Kartel vs the system saga and Bob Marley‘s relevance today “Bob Marley and Vybz Kartel is Reggae and Dancehall at its highest level,” she declares.