Alkaline bottled and booed in Surinam! Was it for his Bleached skin & Perm Up Hair? {PICS}

This Alkaline Bleach & Perm Hair Photo Has Gone Viral

Dancehall artiste Alkaline had to cut his set short in Surinam over the weekend, after he was booed by several patrons who didn't take kindly to the lyrics of the young artiste.
According to eye witnesses, the deejay was in the middle of performing one of his controversial songs when patrons began to boo the artiste and throw bottles on the stage. Sources say Alkaline tried to perform through the boos, however when bottles began to rain on the platform, he was forced to cut his set short.
Alkaline is known for his sexually laced lyrics and was condemned by some Jamaicans after the young deejay endorsed anal stimulation in one of his songs earlier this year.
Dancehall artiste Tommy Lee Sparta was also booked for the show.

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Alkaline perm hair

This photo of dancehall deejay Alkaline has gone viral on social media. The images show Alkaline sporting a perm hair and bleach skin.

Alkaline posted the photo on his Facebook fan page and his fans went in. A lot of the deejays fans thinks that he is trying to be like Vybz Kartel.

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He is set to make his first appearance in Guyana over the weekend, but his imminent performance in the country has been met by heavy resistance by at least one outreach organisation.

Joshua Generation, the Youth Arm of Love and Faith World Outreach Ministries, have made it clear that they do not support the move by Hits and Jams Entertainment to have dancehall artiste Alkaline perform at their Jamzone Summer Break.

The youth outreach group is hoping the organisers will think twice about the artiste’s appearance. In their letter to the country’s national newspaper, Starbroeke, the group gave reasons why they oppose Alkaline’s performance.

“We’ve decided that we will take a stand and make it known that we do not appreciate and will not condone Hits and Jams bringing artistes like Alkaline to our land. This is a position we maintain in relation to this particular artiste and any others whose music and lifestyle do nothing to positively uplift our youth,” they said.

The youth group used the artiste’s ban in other countries to support their stance. “It has been made public that Alkaline, Tommy Lee and other artistes of similar nature have been barred from performing in some countries, therefore, begging the question as to why we should expose our youth to this level of vulgarity.”

The letter goes on to state that Alkaline and other dancehall artistes, including Tommy Lee, play an important part in the deterioration of the society’s moral standings. Not only is the group asking that the artiste’s performance be cancelled, but they are also calling on the nation’s president to act on getting local radio stations to stop playing the artiste’s music.

Despite the opinions of the youth organisation, it seems to be all systems go for the young artiste. The Weekend STAR was told by a member of Alkaline’s management team that the artiste will be performing as scheduled.

“The promoters have assured us that he will be performing as scheduled, nothing has changed,” the representative said. The 19-year-old entertainer, who has been booked for the show since June, is set to perform on Saturday.

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