The Rolling Stone did a feature with the teacher in the latest issue.
Thanks to songs like that, you’re often criticized for having a negative influence on Jamaican society – for promoting sex and violence in a country with an extraordinarily high murder rate.
In a third-world culture like Jamaica, crime and violence is rampant because of lack of social infrastructure for ghetto youth. There is corruption on all levels of society, from political corruption to corruption within the police force and the overall private sector, and all of that has led to the [decline] of society. Then society wants artists to take the blame, and be scapegoats labeled as role models? No, man, fuck that! I don’t want that title.
Catch the whole Interview via Rolling Stone.