Dancehall selector Foota Hype is gearing up for what he says is a spiritual battle between himself and LGBT activists.
The veteran disc jockey claims his critics might be operating within the United States Embassy and the UK High Commission, who might want to revoke his visas. The self-proclaimed Viral King was responding recently to the recent tagging of the two embassies by gay activists, in an anti-gay post he made last week on Instagram of two supposedly Iranian men with hangman’s nooses around their necks as they await public execution, one of them for “homosexuality charges.” The commenters had called on the embassies to revoke Foota Hype’s visas.
“Today mi see some people a DM mi and a say ‘Foota, look weh dem post, look weh dem post.’ So you have f***ot, weh dem a bun mi out and a tag di US Embassy… and dem a tag di British Embassy. But me have message fi dem: ‘Anybaddy weh a tag di US Embassy; anybaddy weh oonu know inna US Embassy who a b*ttyman, weh oonu a look strength from fi lick weh Foota visa, oonu an dem go suck oonu madda! Oonu an whosoeva a b*ttyman inna di US Embassy, go suck oonu madda,” Foota said.
“Anybaddy weh a battyman like oonu, inna di UK Embassy” Go. Suck. Oonu. Madda,” he said, pausing after each word for greater effect. “Foota no frighten; Foota faith inna God stronger dan any human being. Anyweh inna di world God want mi go, no battyman, no bwoy, no f*ggot can’t stop mi from go… Cause all when mi reach in front a oonu, an oonu plan fi lick weh mi visa, an mi ancestors dem tun up, all oonu finga a tremble wid di pen when oonu a write ‘Approved’. Oonu can’t stop it,” Foota said.
Foota maintained that he was unstoppable and whether or not he had a visa he could not care less, as anything that happens is preordained by God, and he (Foota) is a messenger of his creators.
“Oonu frighten di deejay dem and some selecta bout visa. If me stuck no weh, a God want mi stuck deh and no powers pon earth can’t stop mi from achieve weh God want mi achieve. Me is a vessel enuh. Me is a vessel weh God use fi please him,” he said.
The annoyed selector said he was used to earning his own money by doing manual labor from his adolescent years, and that he had wealth long before he ever traveled overseas.
“So me no know weh oonu feel like say if oonu talk bout visa, mi a go dead. P*ssy!, mi born a Jamaica an neva did a fly. Mi live 20-odd years out a my life widout a fly go no weh and mi become star a Jamaica. Afta God give mi di power an di glory den di res a di world interested inna mi and den mi get visa,” he continued.
“Mi did a live widout visa; mi did a mek money widout visa; mi did a teck care a mi madda before visa. Mi a meck mi own money from mi a 14 a work a gas station an a fix people tyre an a work on site and hardware. Mi used to do handyman work ova Thermoplastic; I used to wash plate; mi used to do busboy work a Jade Garden up a Sovereign Centre. Mi used to do waitering work … all a dem ting deh. Visa no frighten mi; go suck oonu madda!”
He added: “Any bwoy inna di Embassy a s*ck hood, him still can’t stop mi from get my visa. So when oonu a write and a tag US Embassy, go tag oonu long p*ssy mumma weh bring a demon like oonu inna di world… No apology backa dat neither. Bout visa, like mi business wid oonu. P*ssyclaat,” he said while hissing his teeth.