Vybz Kartel Song Used In Gay Documentary Video?

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Fans of the incarsarated dancehall star 'Vybz Kartel' are very upset following the release of a documentary video titled "The Gully Queens of New Kingston" by Noisey. Gaza fans a questioning the use of the song "Beautiful Girl" in a video showing cross-dressers and homosexual men.



The four minutes long video surfaced on YouTube on July 28th, 2014 and according to the description Vybz Kartel was unable to sign off on the video as an official promo. However, they claimed to have licensed the song and is merely putting this video out there to show people a rarely seen side of Jamaica. The video has gotten mostly negative reviews with fans claiming that this is an insult to the Worl' Boss. The video was directed and produced by Andy Capper and Adri Murguia.

Watch the video below and share your thoughts.

Video Description as per Noisey

"While making a documentary on The Gully Queens of New Kingston, a growing community of gay and transgender youth living in the Jamaican capital's storm drain system on Trafalgar Road, we met people that had been driven below the depths of the city by desperation. This unique community has found solace in the lyrics of street life and struggle of the recently incarcerated singer Vybz Kartel, a national hero of sorts and considered 'The Voice of the Jamaican Ghetto' by many."