The Dancehall artist returned to the show this year after being barred from performing at the event in 2015.
The Montego Bay-based entertainer reeled off songs such as “Holding Out The Pressure,” “Spartan Soldier,” “Stacking Up The Paper” and “Buss a Blank” for the very appreciative crowd.
“Mi see some bwoy ah try hold out the show,” he said, before going into his “Not A Badness” diss track aimed at Alkaline.
His response had the partisan crowd in a frenzy.
However, with the crowd wanting more, he was pulled from the stage by his management team, to end the show abruptly.
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Tommy Lee revealed he had come prepared to work longer but was told that the show had been running over time and so he had to adjust.
“You have Westmoreland people, people from Trelawny, people from Kingston and everywhere in Jamaica who come out fi da show yah and come out fi me,”he said.
“A one likkle festival a year time and so the whole a Jamaica deh deh. Me feel good bout me performance although it did short. Me come fi perform but dem say do show a run long and me just deal wid it quick and fast.”
Two years ago, when Tommy Lee Sparta’s career was in prime, cops refused him the opportunity of performing. Last year, he made an unscheduled appearance after he was called on stage by Beenie Man. This year, however, Tommy Lee Sparta appeared eager to make up for his absence and his fans were equally anxious to receive his performance.