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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 12:49

De Fosto disagrees with Prize Money Cut

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Calypsonian Winston Scarborough, "the Original de fosto himself" isn't happy with the decision taken to cut the prize money for the winner of the Dimanche Gras. Speaking on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago today, De Fosto said this move is putting the art form in jeopardy. It was announced recently that the prize money would be cut from $1 Million to 800,000, due to the country's economic situation.

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