CARIBBEAN: Antiguan MP joins Aidonia on stage

By Antiguan Observer

front-2-asot-no-b-1-customANTIGUA OBSERVER – Tourism Minister Asot Michael shared the stage with Jamaican Dancehall singer Aidonia an encounter now being described as harassment and embarrassing by some, and normal by others.

Widely seen as the headline act for the first ever One Nation Concert, Aidonia performed to a capacity crowd at the Antigua Recreation Ground, but had to stop on no less than five occasions to entertain a visitor.

On each appearance, Michael who is also Member of Parliament for St Peter was seen whispering something in the artiste’s ear.

On one occasion the minister asked the singer whose real name is Sheldon Lawrence to endorse the event, which he did immediately.

On his second interruption Lawrence was apparently being asked to endorse certain government ministers and immediately lauded Chet Greene, Gaston Browne and Michael.

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One comment

  1. i would say it as harassment. get that damn minister off the stage. cause you think you minister you think you can do what you want so much you coming and disturb the show for about five times or more!!!! come on man and let aidonia do his job and stop interrupting the entertainment

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