Jamaica’s National Stadium Pool is currently sitting adjacent to a welding plant but not for much longer, since Sean Paul’s wallet just stepped in to help move the welding plant.

The Jamaican artist expressed that he understands the health risk of having a welding plant so close to the pool where the Jamaican athletes practice. With much respect for the athletes in his home country and their commitment to representing Jamaica, Sean has offered to provide financial assistance to the relevant authorities in order to facilitate a move of the welding plant.

“I am passionate about Jamaica’s athletes and the energies they put into representing our country. I am also conscious of potential health and safety risks for everyone who chooses to use the facility. Not only swimmers, but netball and basketball athletes, parents, coaches, lifeguards, vendors and all staff of the stadium are equally negatively affected as they are all in close proximity to the plant. In light of this, I am petitioning for permanent removal of the welding site from the pool area to a more conducive place on the stadium grounds with very little hindrance to the workflow that, I understand, is necessary for the welding plant,” Sean said while calling out authorities over the potential health risks associated with the welding plant’s proximity to the national pool during an Instagram rant.

The deejay’s proclamation follows the swift reactions of the stadium’s management team, declaring their intentions to enclose the welding plant in an effort to address the health concerns. Sean Paul is a frequent visitor to the National Stadium and has previously represented the country in water polo.