Caribbean Entertainment – Damian Marley Calls Trump Presidency “Entertainment”

Artist Damian Marley performs during the 2018 Governors Ball Music Festival - Day 1 on June 1, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)
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By NAN ET Editor

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 22, 2018: Jamaican-born, Grammy-winning, reggae singer Damian Marley, has dubbed the US Presidency of Donald Trump “entertainment.”

Marley, the youngest son of legendary Jamaican-born reggae legend, Robert Nesta Marley, said while he has paid more attention to politics in Jamaica than in the US, he feels it’s very new to everyone to see the US presidency as an entertainment rather than something to be taken seriously.

He told the Press Association that “very, very serious topics almost seem childish” on Trump’s watch.

Marley, 39, has won four Grammys. He is about to embark on a UK tour which will see him perform in Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham and Brixton in south London.

His latest album, ‘Stony Hill,’ recently won the Grammy for best reggae album. USA, LLC