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Shaggy says pumping his music into ISIS strongholds would stop killing

As the Islamic State’s bloodthirsty armies continue to wreak havoc with rape and massacre in the name of radical Islam, an unlikely contender has stepped forward to bring peace to the Middle East.

As the Islamic State’s bloodthirsty armies continue to wreak havoc with rape and massacre in the name of radical Islam, an unlikely contender has stepped forward to bring peace to the Middle East.

Reggae star Shaggy said his music, including tracks such as ‘Boombastic’ and ‘It Wasn’t Me’, is so emotional that ISIS would immediately stop carrying out their brutal beheadings if only the songs were pumped into jihadi strongholds.

The 46-year-old Jamaican – who actually served as a US marine in Iraq during the first Gulf War – suggested that Western armies should find a way to pipe his music into ISIS terror camps as a way to inject some emotion into the terror group’s dead-eyed killers.

Shaggy went as far to say that if ISIS recruits were to listen his latest single, the pleasantly-titled ‘Go F**k Yourself’, they would turn away from terrorism altogether and embrace peace.

Source: Shaggy says pumping his music into ISIS strongholds would stop killing

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