Rap Megastar 50 Cent is expressing nothing but love for St.Kitts despite his recent detention there for the use of profanities during a concert over the weekend. The producer of the Starz Series “Power” appeared over the weekend at the 20th Annual St.Kitts Music Festival as the headliner of a star studded 3 day music event which featured artistes such as the O Jays, Reggae Stars Tarrus Riley , Damian Junior Gong MARLEY, Morgan Heritage and Soca Stars Burning Flames and Kess the Band.
The arrest went viral and for the first time in the history of the country St Kitts was the number one trending topic on Facebook up to 24 hours after the event. In responding to the arrest 50 Cent made light of the situation and promised to return to the island in the future but without the Motherf#$%ers. He also went on to state that the country showed him nothing but love in response to a St.Kitts fan named Jayce Thompson who apologized on behalf of her country. The Rapper responded by indicating that there was no need for an apology .
“Don’t Apologise the show was great. The People showed me nothing but love. It just the laws down there SMH,” 50 Cent posted on Twitter.
The [The Small Charges] Act clearly states that anyone who makes use of any abusive, blasphemous, indecent, insulting, profane or threatening language in any public place, any place to the annoyance of the public, or tending to a breach of the peace commits an offence. That person, if found guilty, would be liable to a fine or sent to prison.
“We just want people to know we ain’t mad about this, we all had a good time,” said a member of 50 cents Management team . “50 enjoyed it so much he decided to stay longer and go to Nevis today (Monday, June 27) and we would come back and perform in St. Kitts again anytime they would like to have us back.”
The Presence of 50 at the festival made the 3 day event the most successful in it’s 20 year history . According to a release from the organizers the event reached record levels . Over 25,000 persons attended over the 3 days of the festival . The highest number in the history of the event.