The dancehall legend says there are enough evidence to suggest that Laing is behind Vybz Kartel’s controversial murder trial that put him behind bars for life. The Gorgon, who has a pending murder case, says he is in fear that he too could be sent to prison for life because of his issues with the dancehall promoter. Is Isaiah Laing that powerful? Let’s not forget that he was a powerful law enforcement official before he ventured into the promoting business.
“Everybody that decided not to do Mr. Laing show or not to work with him, he has his own system where he will put you in prison or send you to jail,” Ninja Man said. “Same way with Vybz Kartel who stopped worked with him and they never stopped fighting him until he ended up in jail. Mr. Laing will do anything in his power to tear down an artist that don’t want to work with him. So people can look out for anything to happen with my case because they are planning a whole lot of things. My case should have finished a long time ago, but because they want to have it over my head.”
Ninja and Kartel famously clash at Sting 2013, a showdown that ended the show prematurely because of a fight between the two deejays.
Ninja Man also opened up about Sting 2016 telling his fans that the show will not happen. “Sting is not going to happen,” he said. The fallout between Ninja Man and Isaiah Laing came as a surprise to dancehall fans since the legendary deejay built his career performing on the show since its inception. But Ninja is not the only artist who turned his back on one of the most iconic stage shows in dancehall history. Vybz Kartel, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man, Aidonia are among some of the big names in dancehall who have turned down performance on Sting over the last few years.