19 February 2012
Whitney Houston: Did homophobia help kill her?
Pressure to end relationship with Robyn Crawford contributed to her demise
26 August 2011
World’s first pro-gay reggae album
Jamaican singer bids to challenge homophobia
9 December 2009
PepsiCo u-turn on Beenie Man support
Sponsoring Uganda concert was a mistake
16 November 2009
Beenie Man concerts axed in Australia & NZ
Tour cancellation sends warning to all murder music singers
9 October 2009
Buju Banton’s violations of the Reggae Compassionate Act
Don't reward 'murder music' with concerts and blood money
Despite gun and knife crime, inciter of murder allowed into the UK.
Bounty Killer refuses to sign RCA agreement, but police allow concert.
Organisers are proud to be anti-gay.
Two UK concerts cancelled in a week.
Double standards by critics of BBC Radio 1 “faggot” ban?
Top Jamaican singers have signed a deal to renounce homophobic hatred and halt 'murder music' - but do they really mean it?
Reggae superstar comes out against anti-gay lyrics.
Beenie Man, Sizzla & Capleton sign deal.
Singers urge the killing of gays, so truce is over.
Legal action colludes with homophobia.
Reggae star who incites killing gays faces prosecution for real-life homophobic violence.
Reggae star barred from Britain.
Protests against “kill gays” singers force concert collapse.
Elephant Man and Vybz Kartel nominated, despite songs inciting homophobic violence.
Beenie Man album launch marred by threat of prosecution
Puma issues ultimatum: drop anti-gay songs or lose sponsorship.
Major sponsor pulls the plug on 14 performances.
Beenie Man questioned by police at Heathrow airport on arrival in UK.
Gays claim “victory over homophobia”
Reggae stars accused of inciting the murder of gay people.
Why are reggae singers allowed to incite the murder of gay people?
“His homophobic jibes help make bigotry cool and acceptable”.
He sings about hating faggots, but styles himself like a gay man.
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