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Posted: Wednesday 28 September, 2011 at 4:17 PM

Vybz Kartel’s reality TV show receiving rave reviews

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By: Cherisse M. Sutton-Jeffers,
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    BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – VYBZ KARTEL continues to prove why he is the ‘Dancehall Pele’ and will remain the greatest and most talked about artiste even after he is gone, judging  from the world premier of his reality TV show ‘Teacha’s Pet’.    


    The show premiered on CVM TV in Jamaica on Friday September 23 and already the Broadcasting Commission may take issue with the number of beep words, sexualised content, and violence in the first episode. 


    Teacha’s Pet features 20 women from all over the world battling to be ‘The One’ for De Teacha also known as Vybz Kartel. Similar to the reality TV series ‘Flava Of Love’.


    According to the show’s website, Kartel is plagued by people getting close to him and wanting to use him for the wrong reasons. Above it all he is looking for true love and genuine companionship from a special female.


    Therefore he goes on a Worldwide search in quest of the one person who truly deserves his heart, as he desperately searches to find the ‘Teacha’s Pet’.


    The young ladies will spend 12 weeks living together in one house doing daily challenges trying to win the love of Vybz Karel.


    The bedrooms in which they stay are all nicknamed from songs by Kartel, they are the ‘Dumpa Truck room’, ‘Pikcha Me And You room’, ‘Sweet To De Belly room’, ‘Pon De Floor room’, Go Go Wine room’ and the ‘Ramping Shop room’.


    According to a popular Jamaican website, television critics have said that the show seems destined to be a hit because of the juicy conflicts created by the different personalities of the 20 women vying for the approval and heart of Vybz Kartel.


    However, some have been concerned about the high number of curse words and drug references made in the show. There was also a disturbing segment where one of the female contestants delivered a vicious beat-down to another after a verbal confrontation.


    The show is designed for adults only and is deemed unsuitable for individuals under 18-years-old.