The line that speaks to the perception says:
"Nuff boi a deh wid rich man and a call dem honey (alot of boys are with rich men and calling them honey)
Buy dem out wid dem money" (buy them out or persuade them with their money)
Even after all these many years when the belief first took hold in the seventies or there about when international happenings at the time on gay advocacy through media especially in the United States showed mostly Caucasian gay men at the forefront of the struggle thus also reinforcing the belief that homosexuality is also an "import" The predatory aspersion has been stuck on us ever since and with tabloid papers carrying same sex paedophilia stories as gays raping boys going unchallenged for the most part it is cemented more with each edition where it is heralded.
We have not had a proper and sustained response to this stigma that is so stained on us now we wonder when and how we will be able to convince the cynical and truly anti gay sections of the populations and not just those who use public homophobia as a cover up for their own struggles with sexuality, urges or realised orientation.
He did begin the song by saying:
Some more of the lyrics are as follows:
Nuh Boi cyaan pull mi belt buckle
Nuh Boi cyaan feel up mi muscle
Nuh Boi cyaan tek off my underpants
Yuh mussi waan life unbalance
Loose talk dawgg no mi nuh run it (loose talk I am not into it)
Certain tings mu nuh find funny (certain things I don't find funny)
Nuff boi mek rich man a call dem honey (alot of boys let rich men call them honey)
Buy them out wid dem money (buy them out with money)
Fi mi fren dem stay by my side everytime (my friends stay by my side)
No dem nuh watch mi behin' (no they don't watch or admire my behind / ass)
Fi mi ladder nuh boi caan climb (my ladder they can't climb) [ladder suggesting penis]
Caan put dem lips pon mine (can't put their lips on mine)
Pull my belt no boi caan (pull my belt buckle no boy can't) [boy there used as a demeaning or lowering of power of the accused]
Pardi the line I draw (partner or friend the line I draw)
I nah mek no boi rub my jaw (I won't let a man rub my jaw) [suggesting romantic contact]
Fi buy mi tings I want (to buy things I want)
Some boi caan thump my fist (some boys can't thump my fist) [a greeting style of knocking fists together]
No way full a scale, dem a fish (they are full of scales they are fishes) [fish another term for gays]
All because a de money dem switch (all because of money they switch)
Pon de side man a digg dem pit (suggesting anal sex) [digging pit means anus]
It is not far from the reality in some sense as gay for pay does exist where mostly hyper masculine types who are interested in keeping up appearances in the latest shoes clothes (mostly high end brands) will get down if the price is right but will also deny to the ground and actually engage in public homophobia to stave off any suspicion of such activity as the stigma has captured the nation, they often stipulate that their effeminate partners (if they do associate with one) is not to be seen in public with them and all linkages are to be done privately. The problem with this arrangement is that when there is violence due to a disagreement over pay or roles in the arrangement the circumstances are hard to investigate by the authorities and piece together.
Peace and tolerance
UPDATE a response from the artist or a member of his team came today via email at 2:22pm Jamaica time.