Dice pleads guilty to marijuana possession

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Dominica’s reigning Calypso king, Dennison “Dice” Joseph, pleaded guilty to marijuana possession in a Roseau court on Friday morning.

Dice was arrested in 2009 but had initially pleaded not guilty.

However, he has now taken full responsibility and has changed his plea.

Court reports indicate that the police had gone to the house of the entertainer and had found 190 grams of the illegal drug.

He was fined $1,500 to be paid by August or in default spend three months in jail.

The court took into consideration his ‘guilty plea’ and what he ‘does socially’ before sentencing.

Dice’s lawyer, David Bruney, also begged the court to be lenient by not imposing a custodial sentence on him.

Inspector Claude Weekes prosecuted on behalf of the State.

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211 Comments

  1. Hype
    April 29, 2013

    Dice or no Dice, Marijuana needs to be legalized! (like in Colorado and California) and keep hard drugs illegal, because the end game here is only to appease the governments of the French islands and the USA, nothing else.

    • farce
      May 1, 2013

      I dont know why they have to go to the man home. Why dont the police go the the homes of homosexuals at 2 am. then charge them-it is still illegal.

  2. sicko Sekko
    April 28, 2013

    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. You all cannot catch me doh. Berr, berr.

  3. Not responsible
    April 28, 2013

    Be your own children role model. Dice is not the one to raise your children. He is apaid entertainer, not a substitute parent. Indeed he is wrong but the damage was done to himself and his family. PARENTS DO YOUR WORK!!!

  4. dominican
    April 28, 2013

    dice has accepted his his mistake and that is what makes him a gigger king. he has realised that he is not perfect and that eh can make mistakes too. in fact he hasan experience to share with the youth when he speaks to them so let’s look at the positive side of this situation. Only GOD knows why it happened that way. however shame to some of our so called men and women of high repute with degree in this and in that and are involved in so many hidden anti social activities. but time alone oh time will tell. long live king dice this is a gift he has from the most high GOD.those who casting the first stone , hope they have no sins.

  5. as for my house
    April 28, 2013

    but who doesnt smoke?????.i self will not smoke in america but every time i am in dominica i lighting a spliff with my boys.

  6. dominican abroad
    April 28, 2013

    Please someone tell me, how much marijuana did he have on him for a case to last that long. Seriously, thought by know DA would have laws in place to just fine people over simple possessions instead of dragging on **** for so long. Get with the program, charge on simple possessions, and use the money to fix the schools and roads. Hmmm

  7. die-hard dice fan
    April 28, 2013

    While I am a “die-hard Dice fan” I do not condone illegal activity. What he did was WRONG and there is so ifs or buts about it. However, some of the comments on DNO are just totally uncalled for. For those of us who are asking Dice to be a role model for our youth, how many of us are fathers and mothers and ARE role models to our children? We swear, steal, lie etc. in their presence (some of us even send them to steal or lie on our behalf). I love Dice as a performer (and I ALWAYS will)but I honestly think Dice has to do some serious soul searching AND SO DO MOST OF US……..

  8. Wasin Pak
    April 27, 2013

    If u all on DNO waiting for Dice to help all u raise all u children…… You all have failed… Dice is a Calypso King, not the parent of u all children, talking about Dice have to be an example to the youth… You parents have to be example to your children, not DICE

    The system made Marijuana illegal years ago, places like America, Britain and the rest of Europe.. Same way being gay marriage was illegal, and now the same Europe and America and decriminalizing marijuana and gay marriage

    So you Dominicans need to open you all eyes…
    It is a waste of time arresting a man for such little quantity of marijuana
    A waste of the court time

    Maybe Dice wasnt even guilty, but hey, since 2009 you in and out of court, we in 2013… Any man would get fed up…. I might have done the same as Dice and jus plead guilty and move on with my life

  9. google
    April 27, 2013

    Dice will still b our KING All of us a doin it , he is not d 1st & he will not b d last.There a much more crimes happenin in our country & no dog backin 4 big crimes. so those without sin plz cast d 1st stone.he did’nt kill, he did’nt fireboom,he did’nt rape,&HE did’nt STEAL any moneies.

    • News Ambassador
      April 28, 2013

      suck it to them those suckers theives in high office, cheaters and robbing DA in high day.Broad day light.Our society has reached the stage of the 1800’s of the wild west when gun powder held power.
      When changecomes don’t know when but it will I hope they use these guys as ej have a monthly exhibitionof anti -social former ministers of Gov’t parade them monthly as exhibits of corruption could do well in a museum of live culprits.It could beadded to our tourism product.lolbut we need it.Make them ej neverinthe history of our country have we had so many sq peg inround holes. See who is pM , President our lawyers senior counsels .It’s time to rename the DLP the DCP not LL’s former work place Dominica coconut Products. C for Corruption or Corrupt theopposition is no better then need to go into the museum too like those who jump ship when is financially important you know themlol
      I would lock down all of them let them serve as wives to each other at Stockfarm
      But DA being what it is will only change when pigs fly or a certain DFP lawyer grows a Butt ……….

  10. T mama
    April 27, 2013

    Full respect Dice….that how it should be done…proud of you…those who have no sin cast the first stone, when things happen to persons, there are those who always want to be a negative so called judge of persons…..good luck…

  11. Tyre hit de road
    April 27, 2013

    One day Ganger will be come Legal that’s whats needs to be don World wide at one time we could not have Dreads that was e legal too….

  12. The Scale
    April 27, 2013

    Yes, you have caught and punished a smoker, but what about the suppliers of the marijuana. You must also catch and punish them because they are ones destroying the society. If there are no suppliers then there will be no smokers. Please, balance the scale.

  13. Enlightenment
    April 27, 2013

    Marijuana possession should not be a crime, that is the imperialist model not ours. Time to get rid of that law which is a law made to make criminals of black men and imprison black men.Utter nonsense and foolishness. More people are killed by cigarette but because it make milions for the imperialist economies they legalise it. marijuan is only criminalisd because it is grown by black people n black population countries. We are dancing to the tune of thse who want to destroy our men.Decriminalise majuarana and educat people on its use.

  14. jane
    April 27, 2013

    I am not condoning what Dice HAS DONE. He has to be treated as evrery body else. HE was deprived of visitation not even being able to give him something to eat. That already was the result of the case. It has taken another turn but Dice just have to hold on and learn from his mistakes as ALL OF US DO. he is not perfect. ONLY ONE MAN IS IS NAME IS JESUS. PLACE YOUR FOCUS ON HIM.

  15. April 27, 2013

    Is a dread lux ting…me na vex….it was de ja vu…. :-D

  16. Richards
    April 27, 2013

    its just a little herb, what’s the big deal. Get abreast with the civilized world. We are countless years behind.

  17. Land of Corruption
    April 27, 2013

    Justice with mercy he is our KING!

  18. --
    April 27, 2013

    its quite sad when the “first world countries” are starting to decriminalize it, make it legal for medical use that we continue to arrest ppl for it.. in some cases,it is legal for recreational use (colorado & washington state).. even wasington D.C (the capital) made it legal for medicl usage.. smh.. just dont understand why we still stuck in a 1980 mentality in 2013.. we should really take examples from U.S, Israel, Canada, and many European countries.. if THEY realize its good for; after THEY made it illegal.. then y cant we revise our own laws for the betterment of our ppl.. i guess thats just the caribbean on a whole(xcept jamaica)

  19. Land of Corruption
    April 27, 2013

    On my ownnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn in my little Dominica, on my ownnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn. Dice they jealous of you, hold strong, they cannot bring you down 8)

  20. Anonymous
    April 27, 2013

    When the Court system begin to treat all cases on the same level irrespective of whom the offender is then the comments will be different but as long as there is an uneven playing field there will be heated discussion on those matters

  21. Anonymous
    April 27, 2013

    That is how unsavory Dominica has become. All people with questionable character is heading something. Tell me what example can the youth get from leaders. Begining with their own childres

  22. Anonymous
    April 27, 2013

    People need to lead by precept and example. The calypso association needs to strip him of his title.
    Remember Hunter had to stand down for the lines of a verse of a song that was allegedly written on his palm.

    • aha
      April 28, 2013

      shut up

  23. Anonymous
    April 27, 2013

    Diiice Again!The Herb is illegal,he was caught with it.Then,he was wrong.so quote on quote he has to be punished. that’s what we teach our children. that when you do wrong, you ought to be punished.
    However,that is no surprise, after all he is a roots guy(Rastaman).
    I must say that true Rasta men must be very proud of him now cause he took up and took responsibility for the herb.”HE IS WITHOUT SIN CAST THE FIRST STONE!” AMEN

  24. Morihei Ueshiba
    April 27, 2013

    Why should law be for one set, if skerrit that need to go jail not DICE, Dice come live in DC where weed is legal and watch how calypso in Dominica will fall.

  25. toma
    April 27, 2013

    At least he is not representing my son you have heared what my 14 year old had to say about this

    • verb
      April 28, 2013

      Check your son’s father, because he has many women. Good example for your son. Good parenting skills eh!
      You women all ponging beff infront of your children. Good parenting skills eh!

  26. sphinx
    April 27, 2013

    so the police just decide to go at the man’s place just like that.of all the work they have to do, to go and get 190 grams of weed.them man have nothing else to do!waste of time.

  27. Rasta4life
    April 27, 2013

    Ayo too like to run Ayo mouth !!! Leave DICE alone. Dem murderers walking Scott free ! AND???????? DICE AGAIN!!!!!!

  28. lang dough
    April 27, 2013

    He who have no sin throw the first stone! Its amazing the amount of hypocritical response that this article evoked, just because it is DICE the son of some malayway.

    The man is a rasta and was was not even caught actually smoking. If every marijuana smoker was to be arrested Dominica will need 10,000 prisons.

    In the meanwhile people are stealing millions, raping, killing etc and the very self righteous hypocrites are justifying their actions. In Dominica the system is easier and more forgiving on murderers than on pot users.

    Crack cocaine is the drug which is literally causing havoc on the youths due to its debilitating effect. It is what that cause “paro-ism” yet no body gets arrested for its consumption though everyone know who are the dealers and users. But poor Dice they want to use as their whipping boy.

  29. fil
    April 27, 2013

    Yes no one is perfect but being Dominica’s five times calpyso king that’s not good at all. Do you think people is going to respect him? I don’t think so, he should be a role model to the junior calpysonians.

    • verb
      April 28, 2013

      That some years now. He is a changed man since. 95% of calypsonians smoke their weed…………….And the greatest of musicians world wide are into that. People don’t care. That is their private life. Take Bobb Marley as an example.

      Give me a break.

  30. plawey
    April 26, 2013

    for grass jail what happen to the sex offenders the thieves the bombers grass is grass live dice alone who he kill who he rape who he steal from STUPESSSSS

  31. me
    April 26, 2013

    He had no choice to plead guilty the drug was in his house. He should be punish just like the others. (What good for the goose is good for the gander.

    • opener
      April 28, 2013

      What good for the goose is nah good for skerrit. :lol:

  32. LEGIT
    April 26, 2013

    You mr Dice suppose to be a role model..That is not a mistake to make, possession of Cannabis? what foolishness that.

    • Bob Marley
      April 28, 2013

      Did you really love me?

  33. jahsenger
    April 26, 2013

    Dice has done nothing wrong..not because it is illegal it’s wrong..Wrong by whose definition man or Life

  34. Openeyes Observer
    April 26, 2013

    Who gives us the right to discriminate and pick and choose which crimes are ‘Good’ and which ones are ‘Bad’ Whether or not it’s a natural living herb in Dominica or not, it’s still illegal. Until such time as it becomes a legal substance, marijuana is illegal, therefore, against the law. What do we tell the young people who look up to Dice as a role model? Oh, you commit any crime you what and the two-faced people will decide whether or not you did wrong. And if you are in the public eye, we’ll make our minds up that it’s ok. God help our Island!

    • alias SKERRIT
      April 28, 2013

      :lol:

  35. Openeyes Observer
    April 26, 2013

    Who gives us the right to discriminate and pick snd choose which crimes are ‘Good’ and which ones are ‘Bad’ Whether or not it’s a natural living herb in Dominica or not, it’s still illegal. Until duch time as it becomes a legal substance

  36. Chap Chap
    April 26, 2013

    EVERYONE DOES WEED!! Why allu acting so…one min yal wan say how bulla man unnatural and weed damn natural and allu still have talk….Dominica doe have noffin to do except smoke weed and feel nice …decriminalize it put all that green mountain land to use! watch how we’ll get some nice tourists visiting

  37. felix carriere
    April 26, 2013

    Dice be your self you are a king what is your problem boy you have to do what a man have to do six times king grow up

    • goet
      April 27, 2013

      this case is not recent. its been lingering long time in the courts

    • 2009
      April 27, 2013

      He has grown up since, and has now surpassed you in that regard.

    • reader
      April 28, 2013

      i suggest you read first “Dice was arrested in 2009 but had initially pleaded not guilty.” he is clearly taking full responsibility for his action in 2009, taking about growing up….smh

  38. Eyes of the west
    April 26, 2013

    Dice my cuz….we all make mistakes….we just have to learn from them….proud of u for takin responsibility for ur actions….i respect u for that….one love

    • Met Yo
      April 27, 2013

      What responsibility eh? De court acted end of story…..

    • bois bande
      April 27, 2013

      Dice seems to be of a higher status than the PM. So many comments. Is he another candidate for the cottage constituency? Mervin Paul, you better watch out.

  39. concerned
    April 26, 2013

    If it was grave digger child DNO would put whoo the magistrate was but because is Mr Calypso King the magistrate name cannot be published. I wonder if it was a calypso judge that was the magistrate? Just concerned.

    • life
      April 26, 2013

      I finding that to be such a stupid statement.

  40. Peeping Tom
    April 26, 2013

    Hold it! So, if i am caught in some illegal activity can i get credit for being a nice guy? And, will my cousin who is a “viey neg” get hammered by the court because he has not had the opportunities that i had to make headlines? And, what if the PM is found guilty of stealing our money; will the judge give him credit because of his numerous sleepless nights and meal-less days because he was working so hard for us? And will all those who now scream “give Dice a break” because he is a celebrity and he has done some social good, will they also scream give the PM a break?

    I have always had a major problem when the court’s interpretation of justice is to give certain categories of people credit for their success and to be lenient on them but damn others who have not been so successful. The court’s bias because of Dice’s perceived success reminds me of a time in Dominica when the rich, mulattoes, and whites were favored because they had money and colour and name. Frankly, i thought we had grown beyond that dark age.

    The court actually tells Dominicans that your punishment is based on who you are, not on the offence for which you are culpable based on our laws. Way to go!! I hope Dice and his team produce a song about this nauseatingly ridiculous statement.

    • Peeping Tom
      April 26, 2013

      By the way, for all those who cannot resist an orgasmic reaction whenever Peeping Tom posts, spare me the BS about “haters”, “jealousy”, and the countless absurdities that you can cough up. Firstly, they are of no significance to me. Secondly, my stance has nothing to do with Dice. I really do not give a rat’s behind of the person called “Dice.” My stance is purely about right and wrong, justice and fair play, and the already low standing of the courts in the minds of Dominicans. I do not see how the court’s foolish statement can restore people’s confidence in the justice system. Probably the magistrate was hypnotised!

      • smh!!!
        April 26, 2013

        PT you speak of justice? garcon! Come out there! U not feeling a way to say those words?

      • Justice and Truth
        April 26, 2013

        I forgot to mention, the only difference is the amount of money he now has compared to previously and some people, money which will enable him to live as a celebrity, money he acquired which will enable him to live as a celebrity, something he did not previously possess. May he not lose it all through purchasing and ingesting marijuana.

      • chen ling don
        April 27, 2013

        where were u when Haitian illegal migrants recently were caught in immigration fraud and forgery?minor they were sent off with a slap on the wrist. What they are doing will have a negative impact on Dominicans when they travel these days.

        In any civilized country they would have gotten a stiff jail sentence and deported. Now when it is a son of the soil who is implicate on a what a misdemeanor of marijuana possession u get getting your knickers all twisted. This is the epitomy of SELF-CONTEMPT

      • Truth Seeker
        April 27, 2013

        Way to go, Peeping Tom. I couldn’t agree with you more. Wonder if this recent interpretation of “justice” is home-grown or a “jump-on-the-band wagon” mentality that pervades so much of how we do business in Dominica. Other “big countries” do it too, so it must be the right thing to do. Copy cats. That’s what we are. I particulary like your comparison to type of favoritism that was given to the well-to-do back in the days.

      • Fouchette
        April 27, 2013

        why are you so defensive bro? You appear to be one of those people who want to post stuff in here but you don’t want the post to be criticized negatively. Well everyone cannot always agree with you viewpoint, and thats a fact of life.

    • Justice and Truth
      April 26, 2013

      Let us be fair and just. Was he not a “vie negre” before and when he commenced singing calypsos as an entertainer? His newfound status makes him a celebrity. So what? What is good for the goose is good for the gander. He is still the same person with the identical characteristic and personality traits he was prior to this so-called celebrity status.

      • ....
        April 29, 2013

        Justice & Truth what is the definition of a “Vieux Negre”? you are one SICK TWISTED individual! You are beyond PIOUS. What Celebrity? Dice tell you he is celebrity? Go on with your enslaved catholic hypochrisy. What are your characteristics?

    • ole skool
      April 27, 2013

      Thoughtless jibberish fitting for a peeping tom.

    • metro_usa
      April 27, 2013

      you are so DUMB and fool of yourself..why the prime minister have to be mentioned..

    • Get with the program
      April 28, 2013

      I agree with you on that one…

  41. WHO VEX VEX
    April 26, 2013

    We know the man is a rasta so because the man win crown the man have to stop smoke his weed.
    Why we not against Bob Marley and Naiso, they long time bigger than Dice.
    So because Skeritte PM he have to stop drink whiskey.

    I mean if dice smoking in public he wrong, so we need to chill on the stupid comment man.

    Police in bar drinking rum and we condoning it now a RASTA smoking and we vex :?: :?: :?:

    • Truth Seeker
      April 27, 2013

      Hey Vex, the sale of alcohol and the (public) consumption thereof is completely legal. Now if you’re speaking of policemen in uniform imbibing, then that’s a matter for the Police Commissioner and the rules and regulations of the department. Smoking weed in public space (we all know) is against the law. Take it or leave it.

    • LawieBawie
      April 27, 2013

      What the heck does being rasta have to do with smoking ganga? This has become the most prominent recreational drug in the world today and has nothing to do with religion. On the other hand I know several people who carry dreadlocks as a fashion statement and not neccessarily because they believe in the Rasta religion. I also happen to know loads of people who smoke ganga but don’t believe in the rasta religion nor do they even grow dreadlocks for fashion.

      • encyclopedia
        April 28, 2013

        Rastas will smoke the herb though; as this helps with their spiritual enlightenment, opens the mind and is supposed to bring them closer to Jah. Rasta’s also believe in eternal life and immortality as did the famous Bob Marley. Considered as a legend of Rastafari movement, with his dreadlocks Bob Marley helped spread the Rasta word by touring with his Jamaican music and strong belief in the Rasta religion.

    • Choice-X
      April 27, 2013

      well said!

  42. /////////////////
    April 26, 2013

    …………For All have sinned and come short of the Glory of God. Remember all the Great Mean had one fault of the other…We all do as well but we have a loving Father if we repent …Is willing and Just to forgive us of all our sins. Dicey this is the first step in the right direction. Accepting responsibility for your wrong doing. And as Christ did whilst writing on the ground when the woman who had committed adultery …. He who is without sin, cast the first stone. Let us continue to pray for King Dice that he will walk circumspectly and be a role model to the young ones but in Jesus Christ our saviour. We have to continue to pray for our Leaders and those in Authority and all men and doesn’t it include the Calypso King – Dice?

  43. Anonymous
    April 26, 2013

    We are really a biased Nation. We condone wrong based on who comitted the act. Dice is a very talented man, however, i serve no man and so i must say that as a fellow human he has done wrong, and if we are genuine supporters we will point it out and appeal to him to make Changes for his betterment. The Almighty has blessed you with a talent, please use it effectively. Blessed love!

  44. well! well! well!
    April 26, 2013

    Some of the comments on there proves how bias we are as Dominicans. So wrong is dependent on who is the perpetrator? Dice is no example for young people. He has not used his influence for good. Go ahead..put all the thumbs down this is my view.

  45. ()
    April 26, 2013

    We need to see the police do the same to those who are high up in society,and are involved in the “white collar crimes”.

    • April 26, 2013

      its just a matter of time to find those big one in drugs too. is nice because he is king they want to expose him we all make mistake just hold your head nice god is on your side.

  46. Met Yo
    April 26, 2013

    Reading some of the comments on here makes me sick…….It is nothing short of amazing that even after being convicted in the courts people talking rubbish on here about “hold strong dicey” hold strong to what? For What? This man should by no means be considered to be a role model to young children and our people……Is this what we want our children emulating?? The Dominica Calypso Association should immediately distance itself from this fellow……and should even go a step further by striping him of his crown……This is not the type of behaviour befitting of a Kaiso King at all…..Failure to act by the association would only lead one to assume that by none action they suppourt this behaviour and consider this as acceptable behaviour for a Calypso Monarch……I dont know about you but if they dont act on this I fully expect that some persons myself included will reexamine supporting Calypso in Dominica both as a Corporate Sponsor and as an indiviual patron……Fully expect people to dislike my comment but I dont care……This is wrong and should not be condoned period

    • dont single out
      April 27, 2013

      Most of the calypsonians use the weed.

  47. aunty prohibition
    April 26, 2013

    Just because its illegal, doesnt mean its wrong. I hope this sparks somme kinda revolution in Dominica. Time to free up on the people for a plant Jah put on de earth

    • afan
      April 28, 2013

      so true, cause in unjust law is no law!!! we tend to forget that at one time it was legal to keep slaves or to prevent women from voting. so my no means that sometime being illegal means that its morally wrong in any way. so you mean to tell me that those good christian folks crying for the books to have been thrown at this guy have forgotten that once upon a time it was illegal to celebrate christ or to even speak of him?? so while i dont condone smoking of any kind in public, its foolish that the consumption of cannabis is illegal and we are a foolish people(westindians) if we dont see this as waste of time and money enforcing….

  48. lee
    April 26, 2013

    why have him on trial he ADMITED he did it freedom :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-P :-o :-o :-o :-o :-o :-o :-o :-o :-o :-o

  49. Anonymous
    April 26, 2013

    Hi Dice I am proud of you You are a real role Modlen It is not alwas doing the rihgt thing But standing up band taking Responsibility. This is what young people identify with.Thank you. A true youth lover.

    • Affection8
      April 26, 2013

      Role model what. stuppsssss. because he wining a crown that makes him a role model? That is why this country is like this. we call wrong doing good and the people who commit crimes in this country we have them in high esteem. We need to redefine the term role model. Dice is no role model. i always wonder why Dice is used to talk to young people when he is no example in lots of ways. my opinion.

      • black black ants
        April 28, 2013

        role model begins at home. It starts with you.

    • yipee
      April 28, 2013

      a role modlen for real.

  50. I Like That
    April 26, 2013

    “Dice pleaded guilty for committing an illegal act. There are those who have committed several illegal acts, but would not admit and will do anything to influence, stall or put a spoke in the wheels of justice.

    The Treasury was defrauded of thousands of $$$$$$, due to secret land deals by the untouchables. Bin Bobol, Fertilizer Bobol. Indiscrminate sale of passports (ordinary and diplomatic). Quick enrichment, through dubious means. Endless evidence and facts to prove.

    42 charges of fraud and other criminal acts filed by a lawyer. Up to now, not one of those charges could be even read muchless for case to start. Dominicans are convinced, after hearing and seeing the kokomakak going on, of the links in the GON Emanuel case. They know the defenders, protectors in that heinous case. Investigations stalled. No case?????

    What about the one who leaked the Supremo confidential info that should reside with the IPO Commission? Facts to prove. No denying who. But not even a visit by the police? No questioning that Big Boy, although it is illegal to leak such info to the public? IPO or Police do not care if info from the same IPO was leaked? Nothing wrong was done? Or because of who leaked the info nothing will happen to the culprit?

    Of course Dice will be targetted, brought to court and fined/or jailed – fence low, jump. Dice must be ever cautious. A few will escape with all kinds of criminal acts and plunder of the country’s resources in the meantime. Dice is not in that category.

    Corruption is left to drown the society. Those greedy, selfish, arrogant, inefficient “Elite Class” operatives have everything in place for their protection in times of wrongdoings and illegalities.”

    • Justice and Truth
      April 26, 2013

      Why do you not stick to the issue instead of bringing up issues which are irrelevant to the subject matter? It makes no sense. Typical of some of you.

      • life is a network
        April 28, 2013

        If you compare two things you tell how they are alike. If you contrast two things you tell how they are different. If you compare and contrast two things you tell how they are alike and how they are different.

  51. Roseau queen
    April 26, 2013

    good role model. hmmmmm

  52. toma
    April 26, 2013

    why don’t you go sit at the police station and smoke it then? see now who is the AH

  53. toma
    April 26, 2013

    I hope all of you will support the next poor person they catch with it

    • magna
      April 28, 2013

      for sure

  54. "O" STRESS"
    April 26, 2013

    U.S.A. Dice Again! reading those comments all I can do is shake my head, knowing that we are in big trouble.Better late than never,Give Dice credit for owning up to his wrong doings for breaking the Law, that shows he is human and he is maturing as a person, as we all should. But all those comments? Lord put a hand,there`s a lot that is wrong with my people. “HAVEN HELP MANKIND!

  55. Dominican Bwoi
    April 26, 2013

    Legalize di herb mi seh! It’s di healing of di nations! God creating natural tingz including herd for us fi use! Hold yuh head up Dice!

    • Justice and Truth
      April 26, 2013

      …And get drunk and stupid on including sick which also dulls the mind/brains? Leave God out of it and do not take him for granted. Do you think God is pleased with anything that is not healthy for us? Also, in this case, the Law of the land must be obeyed. This one is also the Law of God.

      • magna
        April 28, 2013

        It is not the law of Jah Rastafri. So what’s your point.

    • afan
      April 28, 2013

      nah man they waiting for when the west( US, EU, et al) have set up their weed industries so we can start buying from them for it to be decriminalised lol. so we will start to import weed well packaged from these areas, then and only then will be deemed acceptable lol no wonder we so backward in this region. we are followers so once the west say it should be illegal we dont care the cost we will be good little servants and keep jailing our young for a few grams of flowers and not explore other uses of the trees which could be lucrative

  56. emma
    April 26, 2013

    all you want to crusify de man for a little weed somthing that growing naturally on gods planet, but yet the government have murderers and killers walking around in the place like nothing happen…….i just don’t understand the thinking of that dominica law/government its beyound me , but only time gon tell, believe that.

  57. love
    April 26, 2013

    live my king alone eh ppl aa nah

    • Met Yo
      April 27, 2013

      TehBeh!!!!! STUPES

    • luv luv luv
      April 28, 2013

      you love my king and you love my pm. Got you.

  58. Shirline
    April 26, 2013

    All you to wicked all u Dominican

  59. Mwen
    April 26, 2013

    Dicey..this too shall pass…Jah never give what we cannot bear!!..Especially when you know you have support and that support is like water washing down the salt THEY try to put in your wound…The wound healed since 2009..Still you rise..

  60. Ron
    April 26, 2013

    DNO, are you going to post my comment?

    This raises the question of people convicted drug offenses representing big companies on the island. Is it a matter of forgiving certain people or having anyone represent a company company as long as he/she is popular? The fact that someone is engaged in such activity should be of serious concern when being the face of a company. In other words, will LIME, DIGICEL, MARPIN or DOMLEC make someone their representative knowing that he/she is a drug user? Just asking…

    • Tsk tsk
      April 26, 2013

      I don’t u frst and you. But we helping to cream money for people who we know are king pins. They hv ‘legit’ business. We go to their places of business to buy.
      Look at jay z. Was a bad hustler. Look at him now.
      What exactly is ur point. Hypocrite.

    • go to hell
      April 26, 2013

      I wonder if Dicie was in possesion of the Villas at Savanne Paille, if he would have pleaded guilty or evaded the truth.
      I think he would be a man in that situation and would have owned up, instead of coming on the airwaves like some people talking and talking month after month like all is well in his soul.

      Dice should have burrowed a pair of artificial dimples and plead ‘not guilty’ to the M charge.

      • Justice and Truth
        April 26, 2013

        I think, I think, I think. What difference it makes what you think? Due to your comment, a saying I heard when I resided in Dominica is crossing my mind, if DNO will permit me to state it:
        Do you know what thought made a man do? “Pee in his pants.” Take this and smoke it in your pipe.

  61. Goodrugs
    April 26, 2013

    It’s just a matter of time before all them cochonee come to an end…Hold on strong Dicey…JAH is not a police and will never give the power

    • Met Yo
      April 27, 2013

      A matter of time for what? UWP to take office and “right these wrongs?” SMH If thats what you are saying tsk tsk tsk

  62. SOUT CITY FAN
    April 26, 2013

    Dice you amaze me everytime. Granny always say edukasion sa pas lespwi (education is not wisdom) and you just prove that. You have proven to yourself, the youths and the entire nation that no matter what social status we carry we should accept responsibility for our wrongs. I do hope that so many others will do the same. This is going to make me a die hard DICE FAN, for you said beat me mama beat me, and now you have stood proudly and accept your wrong inoder to make yourlife better. NUFF RESPECT DICE, KING DICE AGAIN.

    • Justice and Truth
      April 26, 2013

      In 2009 he pleaded not guilty. Accepting responsibility now? Is this not a bit too late? What is the end result of this? How about rectifying it and making a change? We have not yet heard about this.

  63. Zane
    April 26, 2013

    I am only proud that the decided to be responsible and accountable for his actions. Although many of us think that canabis should be legal, the fact of the matter is that it is not. As such, we have to be law abiding citizens and obey the law. There are many legal and civil ways that we can engage in to influence our leaders to legalize canabis, but until such time…we have to obey our country’s laws.

    • bck 2 front
      April 30, 2013

      why dont the police arrest the homosexuals. Go to their homes and catch them. It is illegal here.

  64. grell
    April 26, 2013

    what is marijuana someone sent them their,dice they cant hold you down.

  65. southEast passie
    April 26, 2013

    Acknowledge your wrong is the first step to success. Congratulations Dice, you made me proud.Always remember two wrongs can never make a right. continue to keep your head above waters.

  66. Huh!!
    April 26, 2013

    He who is without sin, cast the first stone. I do not condone illegal behaviour. While we castigate some marijuana possession, who is going after the cocaine distributors? I am in no way supporting the possession of marijuana but we need not be hypocrite.

    We will go to Dice house and search it because he is a balaw. Go catch the waychen that spreading cocaine in our paradise!!

    • Determined
      April 26, 2013

      you people ignorance is astounding!! No one is talking about cocaine. What are you implying by that ridiculous comment? That he should not have been searched or charged? Deal with the matter at hand. Your points are sending conflicting messages.

      • Huh!!
        April 28, 2013

        You are such a moron, you make a donkey look like a genius. Marijuana and cocaine are both illegal drugs that is why they are in the same comment. I made sure to clarify that I do not condone the behaviour. Therefore, I did not imply they should not search his house. I am saying they must continue and search those with cocaine too!! IDIOT!! I dealt with the matter at hand. It is just your two brain cells which are conflicting!

      • afan
        April 28, 2013

        is you that seem to be soft between the ears, what is being said is that while every week we see some poor SOB getting sent to stockfarm or charged hundreds for a smokes that you never seem to hear the police making any substantial cocaine bust or targetting those who we know are involved in human trafficking or gun running. but then again you are maybe a member of our corrupt police force who seem to only solve crimes which penalise the poor

  67. toma
    April 26, 2013

    if singing a song stops you from going to jail then let me smoke and sing

  68. toma
    April 26, 2013

    our laws needs to be changed, had it been someone else they would be in jail, so why shouldn’t he.only some people are lucky to get favours

    • Mwen
      April 26, 2013

      Seems you have a serious problem with Dice..He pled guilty and is moving on from something which happened since 2009. Four years ago. You have no idea of the case details….Why dont you accept the court’s decision and move on..Dice is a blessed child..Remember favour is never fair..But when it comes your way no man can touch you..not even you!!!!! So chill!!!

  69. Soon Come.
    April 26, 2013

    If at all by miracle that daylight would come at midnight we all would see who’s doing what and everyone of you talkers be it police or otherwise, then at that point no one would be worthy of good behavior.
    The medicine is that everyone should cleanse their soul.
    You mister Dice it is time you cleanse your behavior and be a powerful role model and make yourself prominent in Dominica.

  70. Dukan
    April 26, 2013

    Beat me mama. beat me

  71. Today
    April 26, 2013

    But DNO layout not easy nah. Alyou updated and added more news items however alyou left this particular news item at #1.thats something else.

    • Today
      April 26, 2013

      Meant “alyou” not “layout”

      • anonymous
        April 26, 2013

        because so far it is the most interesting story for the day. That is done ALL the time. Did you only notice today?

        Must everything be explained to you nincompoops? Do you people not pause for a moment to think before exposing your ignorance. Gosh!

  72. anonymous
    April 26, 2013

    What’s the big deal! Hunter cheated…you people said…Cheat? No biggie. I didn’t see him cheat.

    Big deal I say!

  73. Watch Dog
    April 26, 2013

    It is illegal and Dice should be punished for breaking the law but again I say decriminalize the use of marijuana in DA. It is high time!

  74. dissident
    April 26, 2013

    Some of them can’t challenge u and earn de crown so they trying their best to steal it.
    But I must give u credit for honesty. To be honest this whole episode is a testament of truth for our young people growing up. At least u are able to man up and take responsibility and that speaks a lot.
    On a daily basis we have lawyers, ministers even religious leaders acting illegally against our laws and constitution. They never go before de court. They don’t want to accept responsibility. And that teaches our youth a lot. Lawyers money laundering with impunity so our youth join de game only to haVe even the FBI on a case against them.

    Dice we love u and thanks for allowing that moment to elevate us out there and urself as well.

    • Determined
      April 26, 2013

      sound like a darn fool

    • Justice and Truth
      April 26, 2013

      He was not truthful the first time. Therefore what are you stating?

  75. Hello
    April 26, 2013

    Dice pleaded guilty for committing an illegal act. There are those who have committed several illegal acts, but would not admit and will do anything to influence, stall or put a spoke in the wheels of justice.

    The Treasury was defrauded of thousands of $$$$$$, due to secret land deals by the untouchables. Bin Bobol, Fertilizer Bobol. Indiscrminate sale of passports (ordinary and diplomatic). Quick enrichment, through dubious means. Endless evidence and facts to prove.

    42 charges of fraud and other criminal acts filed by a lawyer. Up to now, not one of those charges could be even read muchless for case to start. Dominicans are convinced, after hearing and seeing the kokomakak going on, of the links in the GON Emanuel case. They know the defenders, protectors in that heinous case. Investigations stalled. No case?????

    What about the one who leaked the Supremo confidential info that should reside with the IPO Commission? Facts to prove. No denying who. But not even a visit by the police? No questioning that Big Boy, although it is illegal to leak such info to the public? IPO or Police do not care if info from the same IPO was leaked? Nothing wrong was done? Or because of who leaked the info nothing will happen to the culprit?

    Of course Dice will be targetted, brought to court and fined/or jailed – fence low, jump. Dice must be ever cautious. A few will escape with all kinds of criminal acts and plunder of the country’s resources in the meantime. Dice is not in that category.

    Corruption is left to drown the society. Those greedy, selfish, arrogant, inefficient “Elite Class” operatives have everything in place for their protection in times of wrongdoings and illegalities.

    • Zane
      April 29, 2013

      I don’t subscribe to the notion that because others who have committed more serious crimes are not investigated, arrested, and or brought to justice, that others should not be made to pay for breaking the law. All those who break the laws that have been enacted in our country to protect the innocent, must be brought to justice.

      Now, shame on our law officials for not investigating, arresting and or bringing to justice those who commit despicable and unconscionable crimes in our land – some of which you mentioned above.

  76. Oh please
    April 26, 2013

    If anything, I hope this sparks a national debate about the decriminalization of marijuana. It just does not seem cost efficient to spend all this time and money to prosecute someone for possession of a few grams of weed that was clearly meant for their own recreational purposes. What is that threshold? Where do it consider it possession with intent to distribute? Let’s stop being naive hypocrites and have substantial dialouge on issues.

  77. Castle Bruce
    April 26, 2013

    Beat me mama beat me.

    • healing
      April 27, 2013

      boy i love America!!!!!1

  78. true king
    April 26, 2013

    dominican wake up … marijuana is illegal doe matter who uses it … we living in a mess up society that need to get back it rules and regulations in places… dice is a public figure in dominica , role model for the youth.. he need to set the example…. if it was another un known indiviual , they would have been punished..

    • April 26, 2013

      True King….I support you 100%. The law is only for one set. and is who you know and who knows you. There is a magistrate who adores him and would make sure he never goes to jail.

  79. Reason
    April 26, 2013

    The King is only human after all. We’ve all done our a share of ‘bad things,” some got caught, others escape. I hope Dice use his platform to one young people…. I await the next tune

  80. stehen
    April 26, 2013

    take a look under the Roseau bridge you will see so many hard dury takers the police do nothing about it what message are we sending to our young people

  81. stehen
    April 26, 2013

    our nation is really too back

  82. An observer
    April 26, 2013

    It is important that Dice takes note, everyone, including the youth look up to you. You should view this as a privilege. While we ask for more policemen, CCTV to monitor the streets of Roseau or more ” instruments for crime fighting”, what we really need are role models.

    • luv luv luv
      April 28, 2013

      Are you?

  83. DICEY ANGEL
    April 26, 2013

    Send him to jail, really? when you dig the pit for him, dig one for yourself………. people killing people and they are out walking the streets, for a little weed you want them to send him to jail….
    alas…… who jah bless no man curse, since 2009 and we are in 2013, the king has changed, help him to be better instead of bringing him down….
    King Dice i love you and i am praying for you….move on and trust in the lord not in those that bring you down……..

  84. mimi
    April 26, 2013

    ” The court took into consideration his ‘guilty plea’ and what he ‘does socially’ before sentencing”.
    Amazing….. punishment/ judgement has to do with ur status in Dominica.. that’s why politicians are doing all their kormess, they know they wont be punished.

  85. Truth Seeker
    April 26, 2013

    Too many of the comments here typify the Dominican reaction to unsavory deeds growing ever more rampant among us. Blame someone else, not the doer. Mix it up a bit with allegations of big time perpetrators getting away with murder. Blah, blah, blah.

    When will we stand up for the right to uphold the law as is? For big and small alike. All I can say is, “To whom much is given, much more is expected. You live by the sword, you die by the sword.”

    To those in high places who think they can continuously flaunt and evade just rebuke and compensation under the law, the maxim holds that “Ninety-nine days for the thief, one day for the for the watchman.

    And to you, Dicey, always remember to model what you preach.

  86. Anonymous
    April 26, 2013

    after all its the NATURE ISLE and you giving the man jail for that :-P

    • Malgraysa
      April 26, 2013

      Read the report properly. Dice was not sent to jail but fined.

  87. Anonymous
    April 26, 2013

    not one is above the law, If you hate the law, change the law. Wake up Dominica, legalize mary jane – let’s package “Zeb” like hillsbro, and market to the world. PS: DA Police, Cocaine is the drug you should fight

  88. April 26, 2013

    and he is king of dominica……so this is telling the youths its okay to do illegal stufff.
    Dice needs to be a better man…..

    • /////////////////
      April 26, 2013

      For All have sinned and come short of the Glory of God. Remember all the Great Mean had one fault of the other…We all do as well but we have a loving Father if we repent …Is willing and Just to forgive us of all our sins. Dicey this is the first step in the right direction. Accepting responsibility for your wrong doing. And as Christ did whilst writing on the ground when the woman who had committed adultery …. He who is without sin, cast the first stone. Let us continue to pray for King Dice that he will walk circumspectly and be a role model to the young ones but in Jesus Christ our saviour. We have to continue to pray for our Leaders and those in Authority and all men and doesn’t it include the Calypso King – Dice?

    • afan
      April 28, 2013

      i see you name suits you, i wonder if you live abroad in one of the states where its now legal to light up?

    • luv luv luv
      April 28, 2013

      He is not king of Dominica. He is king of calypso. If he was king of dominica, he would have been on the caribbean curreny, instead of the Queen.

  89. Observer
    April 26, 2013

    When is Dominica going to revisit its laws as it pertains to Marijuana?? Three months jail for 190 grams of weed, but yet still child molestors, murderers, drug dealers are allowed to get a lighter sentence.

  90. montego bay
    April 26, 2013

    lET us ALL respect the Law
    Weed not decriminalize as yet
    Too much man does be by the road in d Ghetto smoking weed for everybody to see Dat aint right to do, it is a stupid thing to do….
    Moreso we have to be careful what weed we take in because some man putting all kind of “evil” things mixing it up with the “InternationalHerb’ sending nuff man in mad house for “jection”.

    D herb is a Religious plant and not for recreational use. A lot of yutes up in Sesame and Montegoes smoking the weed and that aint right. Weed have its people and it not for any and everybody.

    Respect the Law and doh provoke the Law

  91. Truth be told
    April 26, 2013

    Cannabis is being legalised across the developed world. In our ignorance and stupidity we will one day be ordering/importing cannabis cigarettes from the white man just like they did to us with tobacco! Free up the King Dice. Bob Marley used cannabis for inspiration and so did Queen Victoria of England for relaxation from sickness pain. President Clinton said he puffed but he did not inhale! And those people talking about role model and Ambassador go look at your thieving and corrupt elected politicians instead – ask them about role model!

  92. Unknown
    April 26, 2013

    Just Monday a man was arrested for unlawful carnal knowledge with his 4year old daughter,I think you all should investigate that matter and bring it out to the public,all plants of the earth has it own use marijuana is not a crime.but that yes

  93. Alex Bruno
    April 26, 2013

    Dice,

    Be well and stay focused. Love and strength to you all the time.

    Bless up bro!

    • Maggie
      April 26, 2013

      shame on you Alex Bruno

      • afan
        April 28, 2013

        shame on you Maggie, what are you doing to improve our island or its image, grow old and die in peace and leave the man to his opinion

  94. smh
    April 26, 2013

    doe bawl inno dicey, is for one set it have justice, people like you they want to see down, keep your head up star

  95. faceup
    April 26, 2013

    He is no role model for our kids, he should be stripped of his crown. One more statement, during his reign as calypso king, who does he represent???

    • Tsk tsk
      April 26, 2013

      Those they hv on tv calling women n each other by degrading names better?
      Yet u pay for Internet and cable. Turn those off then talk. Hypocrite.

  96. dice fan
    April 26, 2013

    aye lets pay that for dice , dice sure have 1500 fans just a dollar a fan and we can clear our king and admonish him not to repeat….what all you saying…..

    • Met Yo
      April 26, 2013

      Utter rubbish!!!!!!!

    • Affection8
      April 26, 2013

      i am sure you would do well with this money.

  97. Annica Alethea
    April 26, 2013

    There needs to be a serious discussion on the use of marijuana.
    While the developed countries have it legalized in all types of subtle ways, for medicine, in special shops, the lesser developed countries are criminalizing their citizens for its use.
    Marijuana has proven to have some positive medicinal properties, I condemn the drug trading of marijuana but if tobacco can be legal why not free up the herb and prohibit the trafficking.
    In any case, if it is legalized there will be no need for illegal trafficking and just as the majority of Dominicans do not smoke tobacco, so too will the average man stay away from Marijuana.
    There is an economic force which keeps marijuana illegal because they are profiting from it.
    The number of Big Boys in Dominica who smoke marijuana, does the police ever visit their homes or office.
    Dice, praise Jah that you are the reigning King or the system would have destroyed you.
    Walk carefully brother, Babylon will strike again.
    I have a cousin whose life they destroyed, he is a dreadlocks, everyone knows he smokes, but every time the cops feel like arresting someone, they go and pick him up.
    A peaceful man, who commits no crime but simply smokes because of his beliefs.
    This persecution must stop.
    By the way I do not smoke and never will I.

    • sphinx
      April 27, 2013

      when america and europe say :LEGALIZE,then we caribbean can follow

  98. lay-lay
    April 26, 2013

    Don’t let that deter ok dicey. 1 love king

  99. Frank Talker
    April 26, 2013

    Interesting development! Is anyone surprised that the entertainer uses controlled substance?
    DNO, can you inquire into who was the Magistrate who heard the case and sentenced Dice? I know a particular Magistrate who should have recused himself from the case.

    • dd
      April 26, 2013

      am controlled substance, hmmmmm who don’t take it, dice is not the only one. plus weed there from creation. i prefer weed more than adultery, fornication, gossip etc.

    • Not a herd follower
      April 26, 2013

      Yah, I want to know who was the Magistrate.

    • Anonymous
      April 26, 2013

      Very interesting question indeed. I would really like to know which magistrate presided over this case. Hmmm

  100. hmmm
    April 26, 2013

    I wonder what advise he have for young people who looks up to him as a role model. good going king DICE

    • Hey
      April 26, 2013

      What advice you have for yourself who young people look up to

      • hmmm
        April 26, 2013

        i only have good advise for my self and the youth of my country.

    • cesseme
      April 26, 2013

      smoke the herbs and stay away from the powder, u not a killer u not a thief my boi, all about de positive, is the ignorant that will go against the herbs n make u look bad. who should we watch as role models skerrit man lol.

    • April 26, 2013

      Dice you have taken the responsibility of your action and that you have to face the consequences that’s justice so now is the time to turn it around by going out to the schools and talk with the students and others how dangerous is marijuana Dice we are expecting you to take the bull by the horn because wrong is wrong and that’s something you know quite well.

    • SPORTS LOVER
      April 26, 2013

      we all make mistakes in life. we just have to hope that we learn from them. haven’t you made a mistake in your life or you are the perfect one

    • Anonymous
      April 26, 2013

      @hmmm Dice is the only one that has to set example for young people? what about u or even your Lord Supremo?

    • Mwen
      April 26, 2013

      He has the same advise he continues to give to his young fans..Positivity..and he will continue to do that no matter what you all try..He is above that level..No matter where the attack comes from the shield is in place..

  101. Distured
    April 26, 2013

    sigh… All u police really have nothing better to do. Go stop a rapist or a murderer. Sheesh.

    • Anonymous
      April 26, 2013

      When are we going to stop the stupidity in this country. Fool crime is crime. The police have to stop all. What will u say when they catch a rapist? The police have nothing to better to do, go catch fellas on drug or a murderer. People stop sounding illiterate and embarassing your country. The world can see these comments

  102. concern
    April 26, 2013

    when the ambassador is doing it what is he telling the younger ones who are looking up to him. i think we need to give the leaders hasher senteces so that the younger ones weill take precaution

  103. IPO
    April 26, 2013

    The Animal Farm was written by Pat Aaron and performed by Dice..surprisingly the farm has more weed planted.

    • Anonymous
      April 26, 2013

      I love this IPO!!!! lol

      • IPO
        April 26, 2013

        Thanks buddy. Heck we can’t always be too serious about trivial stuff like that.

        Damn , I would charge Dice for not being high, dude is always in far places

    • anonymous
      April 26, 2013

      eh? that makes no sense. Stupes!

    • sat what
      April 28, 2013

      You must bring that to the attention of the minister of agriculture. I always listen to the farmer’s cry. Agriculture is going down the drain.

  104. JBL
    April 26, 2013

    Sad for the tourism Product when folks hear World Wide they Arresting their Celebrity for the Healing Of the Nation…..SAD SAD!

    Shows how Dominica is still in the Stone Age that’s Why they not respected that much around!

    Caution the King and let life move on…we Lack Class in Dominica…

    This is a herb in the Natural Form not Processed!
    Shame on Dominicans…

    • me
      April 26, 2013

      u sound like an idiot Dca is not the only country that marijuana is still illegal

  105. labor
    April 26, 2013

    God Save our King

    • yay-z
      April 26, 2013

      LMFAO! Get a clue! what king? stupes

  106. shame
    April 26, 2013

    Kaiso!!! Dice aaagaaaiiiin!

  107. Anonymous
    April 26, 2013

    they wants to hold down the man for a little weed while the real criminals living sweet……. building house and buying car for their women. where they getting the money from…….everything is for a time.leave dice alone.

  108. Anonymous
    April 26, 2013

    You are a good person Dice…plead guilty, pay your $1500 and move on my dear.

  109. toma
    April 26, 2013

    Take the crown to teach him that one has to be a good representative of the public

    • Frank Talker
      April 26, 2013

      Wow!! That’s an idea worthy of public discussion. Actually, Former Miss USA, Vanessa Williams, was stripped off her crown for misconduct committed on her own time. And the misconduct was not an illegal activity; it was immoral and of poor taste. Are there lessons in Vanessa’s legacy for us?

    • Mwen
      April 26, 2013

      In your dreams…Who want the crown go and work for it..

    • Bob Marlee
      April 28, 2013

      I am surprised at your comment. He is not a queen contestant. Leave we the musicians alone. We give you good enteryainment and the food of life.

  110. MAYWEATHER
    April 26, 2013

    even the king needs his weed

  111. 4u2c
    April 26, 2013

    Bro am happy that they were lenient on you. If the item is illegal DON’T mess with it. DA to is only poor people kids that pays for petty crime. The major criminals do triple times worse but the but our justice system play blind and the ignorant praise them like kings. So bro, ALWAYS try to be law abiding despite of the challenges. Remember you are being watched cause they know you are not one of them. Stay Clean and be Seen!!

  112. roll it on
    April 26, 2013

    My, My, My Well that the things that will be sensational

  113. NEGRE BORD LA MER
    April 26, 2013

    It is long overdue for us to stop criminalizing the most creative people in our community who smoke a lil grass. Look around you our BEST doctors smoke it, our best legal draftsmen our best plumbers. we should go down on the bayfront and all one thousand of us light up a big one and walk up King George the v street singing legalize it!

  114. Anonymous
    April 26, 2013

    i expect a song next calypso competition, about the illegality of the drug. while our authorities cry it down… the u.s is making a market for it

  115. desra
    April 26, 2013

    nice dice. your a man. that’s the past. acknowledging your wrongs is the first step to success. congratulations you made me proud.

    • GOOD HOPE
      April 26, 2013

      What is the matter with you ?
      you looking for a man or what ?
      Wrong is wrong.
      We all love our King but marijuana is still illegal in Dominica.
      Go and meet your real daddy and tell the fake one stop drinking rum.
      I am however disappointed with our sweet king yet happy to see that he humbled by changing his not guilty plea.
      Too often he getzing hiself into all kinds of rorow as if he is a boatman. I hope that he learns his lesson.
      Dice Again!!!!!!!!

    • fontaine
      April 26, 2013

      We thought you were a born again Christian.
      But I love your comments. It makes some sense. Hope to see you some time because I could be travelling soon. Dice must be careful. The people loves him and he should not be smoking any weed. The people are not happy with him for so doing.
      But whenever you writing comments on DNO Desra do not use your real name. It doesn’t have too many Dominicans with such a unique name and hence you can be targeted. We know that you are a big fan of him like so many thousands of Domnikans.
      Hope thet don’t put you in no “jacket song” LOL. You know the seen already about your real father as compared to the fake/jacket one. But such is life.
      I hope those other calypsonians don’t put Dice in song as they did Hunter. If it was Hunter that they had catch with weed boy our people would have all kinds of things to say.
      So I cana wait to hear what they going to write about for the 2014 calypso competition. I am a huge calypso fanatic and win lose or draw guilty or not DICE is my man. I love you Dice. Hope you child mammy doh get upset with my comments.

  116. kevin
    April 26, 2013

    they should send him to jail……………if it was someone else they would send them stocky.

    • kuba
      April 26, 2013

      A H who are u u want to judge the guy there is nothing wrong in smoking a little weed

    • dominican
      April 28, 2013

      stop that if it was someone else game.it happened the way GOD had it planned.

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