Sean Paul has defended Rihanna and Nicki Minaj for their overtly sexual personas, as they are "waving the flag" for the Caribbean.
The 'She Doesn't Mind' rapper sat down for an interview with TaleTela earlier this week, and shared his thoughts on his fellow West Indian hitmakers.
"Just the fact that they're from there... they're speaking on many different crazy topics sometimes that maybe Caribbean people don't always gravitate towards, and they're music is really provocative and out there," Sean explained as to why the ladies receive backlash for their images.
"But that's something that I don't mind. As a musician I really like what they're doing. Being that they don't speak on Barbados and Trinidad everyday, they're from there. And they're being an ambassador whenever they like.
Despite being described as bad role models, Sean says that they will always have a strong fan-base.
"What Rihanna [and Nicki] talk about may not be what people love in their country, [then] I say allow them then. They don't wave the flag for you," he added.
Do you agree with Sean's comments? Watch him discuss Nicki and Rihanna below...