Bounty headlines Women's Day concert
Dancehall superstar Bounty Killer will again headline a free concert to mark International Women's Day at the National Indoor Sports Centre in Kingston tomorrow.
Bounty Killer performed at last year's show amid questions from female advocates about his inclusion in the show. The Tambourine Army, through Latoya Nugent, had asked for him to be axed from the line-up due to past allegations of domestic violence.
However, Bounty Killer responded saying: "What I am attempting to do here is to show that I'm changed, grown and matured into a better me, and I do regret my alleged involvement or whatever, which I'm still paying for up until this day."
The dancehall artiste, who recently donated beds to the Kingston Public and Victoria Jubilee hospitals, is down to perform alongside the likes of Queen Ifrica, Judy Mowatt, Tony Rebel, Carlene Davis, Nesbeth, Kevin Downswell, Aisha Davis and Naomi Cowan tomorrow.