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Hands Across The Sand
Island residents joined thousands of Belizeans across the country in the annual event 'Hands Across The Sand'. The initiative propelled by Oceana Belize, aims at creating awareness on the negative impacts of offshore oil development in Belize's economically important marine environment.
First Quarterly Police Report Released
The San Pedro Police Department (SPPD) has released their report for the first quarter of 2016. The report demonstrates statistics that compare major crimes to the same time period in the previous year of 2015. The Officer in Charge of the San Pedro Police Sub-formation, Superintendent Sandra Bowden reported that overall, the amount of crimes committed this quarter shows a decrease in major crimes, especially relating to robberies and murder.
In 2016, the accumulative statistics for January to March indicate that there were nine less major crimes committed than in 2015, a 39% decrease. On the other hand, San Pedro saw an overall increase in rape and unlawful sexual intercourse compared to 2015. Major crimes reported on the island for this quarter include: three murders (decrease of 40%), one rape (increase of 100%), two robberies (decrease of 60%), 16 burglaries (decrease of 20%), six thefts (decrease of 25%) and two incidents of unlawful sexual intercourse (increase of 100%).
Primary School Football Tournament officially begins!
The Belize District Zone 5 Primary School Football Tournament officially started on Wednesday, May 11th at the Honourable Louis Sylvester Sporting Complex in San Pedro Town. The tournament is being organized by The San Pedro Sports Committee in collaboration with the National Sports Council of Belize. Both male and female teams from different primary schools of Ambergris Caye including Caye Caulker are participating in the sporting event which culminates on Thursday, May 26th. The winning team will represent Ambergris Caye at the Belize District Finals, tentatively set for Thursday, June 2nd in Belize City. Games will resume on Tuesday, May 24th beginning at 2PM sharp. Everyone is encouraged to come out and support their favourite teams.
Reading: “I see the world”; Writing: “I change the world”
I write to the education theme, Reading: “I see the world”; Writing: “I change the world,” as the relationship between reading and writing is weave in a web and when properly use can have a tremendous effect on student’s achievement and development. In the history of our education system in Belize, we have appreciated the three R’s of reading which comprised of reading, writing, and arithmetic. Respectively, this threesome had been coined together as the foundation of what may be classified as the background needed when students left the primary school system. However; today’s education have plummet educators to challenge the Language Arts Curriculum which emphasizes the skills of Language Arts from a holistic approach. These skills have been outlined in five main basic category of learning. These are: listening, viewing, and speaking, reading and writing. Twenty – five of the forty- five Content Standards in the curriculum speak to reading and writing of which I will address.
Hol Chan hosts another successful Reef Fair
The Hol Chan Marine Reserve hosted their Reef Fair on Thursday, May 19th at the San Pedro House of Culture. Numerous environmental and marine conservation organizations came out to educate students of San Pedro Town. Participating organizations included: the Belize Fisheries Department, Mar Alliance, Hol Chan, Protect Our Manatees, Saga Humane Society, Blackadore Caye Supporters, Oceana Belize, Belize Solid Waste Management Authority, and the Department of the Environment.
Tips on how to efficiently preserve the environment, as well as making Belize a more sustainable country, were highlighted at each booth. Also, many interactive demonstrations such as a cooler with live sea creatures, a display of Bacalar Chico Reserve, and videos from Blackadore Caye Supporters had the students highly engaged. They also had opportunities to play games for prizes, which tested their knowledge about topics discussed. After an appearance from Langoustine, a six-foot tall lobster mascot, refreshments were served and tasty lionfish ceviche provided by the lionfish tournament was served to the crowd.
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Road to Cayo factory sale at Mahogany Bay Village
If you missed the Road to Cayo factory sale at Mahogany Bay Village today don't despair — here's what we've got left! Visit us tomorrow morning (Sunday May 22) 9am-12noon for round two! We are located in south San Pedro, Ambergris Caye.
Toledo Maya and GOB at odds over land rights consultations
A year after the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) handed down a consent order aimed at breaking the impasse between the Government of Belize and 39 Maya villages over indigenous land rights in the Toledo District, the parties are again at loggerheads—this time, over the manner in which the Toledo Maya Land Rights Commission is planning to proceed with consultations, key to the application of the appellate court’s ruling.
On Monday, May 16, the Toledo Alcaldes Association (TAA) issued a statement reporting that village leaders who attended a meeting organized by the Commission had been ordered to leave. Since the publication of that report, the Government of Belize has issued a statement on the matter, which fell short of denying the claim made by the TAA that the Maya contingent was chased from the meeting.
“The planned meeting was held and present were 32 of the 36 village leaders. The participants were very engaged and welcomed the opportunity to commence dialogue with the Commission,” the Government release said.
GOB accepts that Guats abducted Roger Plett!
Roger Plett, a young Belizean farmer of the Mennonite community of Spanish Lookout, is still trying to cope with the terrifying experience he had exactly one week ago when armed Guatemalans whom he identified as a group of both civilians and military men, abducted him from his farm and took him over to Guatemala, threatening to beat him up, apparently in retaliation for a forest fire which had been raging in the area. Plett told police that the light-skinned man who was giving orders said he works for the Organization of American States (OAS).
Belize police have a very extensive report with the information gleaned from four men—two Mennonites and two Guatemalans—who encountered the Guatemalans in the Green Hills area last week and were allegedly forced to the other side of the border.
Ironically, Plett said that he had gone to the area to help put out the fire when he came under attack. After the Guatemalans released him, he found out that the very tractor he was using to quench the forest fire had been so badly vandalized, he could barely drive it.
2 months for touching buttocks of girl, 10
A man who sexually assaulted a child by touching her on the buttocks was sentenced to two months in prison today after he pleaded guilty to the offence when he was arraigned before Chief Magistrate, Ann Marie Smith.
Ashton Lambey, 26, a laborer and resident of Lake Independence, pleaded guilty to one count of sexual assault upon a 10-year-old girl.
Chief Magistrate Smith spared Lambey from the maximum 3-year sentence the offence carries when she sentenced him to two months in prison for his guilty plea, which saved the court the time it would have taken to conduct a trial.
The incident occurred shortly before 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 15.
Over $60 million: the cost of Guatemalan illegal activities in Chiquibul
The government and people of Belize have been deprived of tens of millions of dollars due to illegal farming, illegal logging, extraction of xaté, large land clearing for farming and other illegal activities being conducted in the Chiquibul National Park in the Cayo District by Guatemalan poachers and farmers.
The tally includes $1.541 million dollars in xate extraction and its loss of royalties, and an overall loss of $60,082,232 due to illegal logging, among other losses.
Amandala visited the Chiquibul and saw the large tracks of burnt land, cleared for farming by Guatemalan farmers, exposing the land to erosions and degradation by the elements.
Rafael Manzanero, Executive Director of FCD, a master patrol officer of Chiquibul, after studying the negative impacts of the activities carried out by Guatemalans in the protected area and national park, reported that an estimated 1,500 Guatemalans were combing the Chiquibul Forest illegally for xaté.
Devaughan Goodger, 22, gets 12 years for manslaughter
A 22-year-old man, Devaughan Goodger, who has been on remand for murder since he was a 17-year-old minor, learned his fate today when Supreme Court Justice Adolph Lucas sentenced him to 12 years in prison after he aborted his murder trial on the advice of his attorney last week and pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter.
In sentencing Goodger, Justice Lucas noted he had already spent 5 years and 2 months behind bars, so that time has been deducted from the 12-year sentence. The sentence is to take effect from today, Justice Lucas stipulated.
Goodger was remanded to prison for the March 5, 2011 murder of Belize Defence Force (BDF) top recruit, Jason Pott, 27, a father of two children whom he stabbed once in the heart on Cleghorn Street.
The trial of Goodger for murder began in the Supreme Court of Justice Lucas last week Wednesday, May 11, but after the first day of testimony, Goodger returned to court the following day and decided to accept the advice of his attorney, Bryan Neal, rather than risk spending the rest of his life in prison if he was found guilty of the murder.
From the Publisher
I enjoyed reading Mervin Robateau’s article (Where will you be?) in last weekend’s issue of Amandala. It had been sent to us more as a letter than an article, and our editor asked me to choose a heading for Mr. Robateau’s material. In retrospect, in fact even at the time, I realized my choice of a head was weak. We are therefore publishing Mervin’s article again in this issue with a more attractive head – How we can defend Belize.
In all the escalation of tension between Guatemala and Belize which has been taking place since the murder of Danny Conorquie in September of 2014 and the abduction of the Northern Territorial Volunteers (NTV) by the Guatemalan military at the end of February in 2015, our United Democratic Party (UDP) government has based all its reasoning and policies on the presumption that it is impossible and suicidal for us Belizeans to defend ourselves from Guatemalan military aggression. It appears to me that the reasoning and policies of the Opposition People’s United Party (PUP) are based on a similar presumption, but I cannot speak categorically for the PUP. The UDP Cabinet Ministers, however, have been unhesitant and they have been repetitive: Belizeans cannot even think of fighting.
Dear Editor Amandala,
The campaign waged against Belize through the international press couldn’t have been done without the consent and support of the “Friends of Guatemala and Belize.” This has been an old trick that was put into practice during the time of Jacobo Arbenz when the U.S. attack began through publications from the Reader’s Digest, the New York Herald Tribune, the Chicago Tribune, the Saturday Evening Post, etc.
I am convinced that Washington has their hands in the Guatemala issue. Guatemala couldn’t have invaded Belize without the order from Washington. The people of Belize love the United States of America, Great Britain’s big sister. The strategy is exactly what Guatemala is following to correct the Anglo/ US Treaty of 1850/1856.
Barney, Perle, Marie and Bill
Marie Knowles was the sister of Bill Belisle, saxaphonist with the original Messengers. Both Bill and Marie were adopted or raised by Barney Cervantes and Perle Kemp, good citizens and productive people.
Barney and Perle, along with a niece of Dr. John Reneau, were crushed to death by a vehicle at the curve on Princess Margaret Drive in front of the now Princess Hotel on a Sunday evening in the late 1950 or early 1960’s. Fate is cruel – 4 lives snuffed out in similar fashion.
To put it another way, parents and daughter cheated out of life, in the same way, about 50 years apart. Question – what is a life worth in Belize? $5,000 dollars, probably about 1/5th or less of her pension?
Big up, Lorenzo A. Aldana
To all Conscious Belizeans,
Recently, we have been living a tense life with Guatemala breathing fear on Belizeans (well, at least the majority of the population). We recognize that Guatemala has a bloody reputation, being involved in a 35-year GENOCIDE. They believe that their track record will be enough to make us curl our tails in submission. I know that Belizeans are hoping for the best peaceful resolution but we must be real. When dealing with animals, we must be prepared with the whip. God will help.
This is the reason why after so long waiting from the politicians for a PLAN OF ACTION (similar to when there is a hurricane threat), Belizeans are at a loss. All those in authority are lost themselves. So while politicians are seeking diplomacy (I strongly think that they do so because they are intimidated), we should start preparing for the worst. This means that from now on, we should maintain that state of readiness just like when we are at school. Please check on Mexican, Cuban, Guyanese, and American military, etc. and judge the similarity of what I am saying.
“ … not a problem for brave leaders, and knowledgeable nationals.”
National parks should not extend to our international borders.
I’ve heard it said that, “Business is not the good thing or the bad thing. It’s the necessary thing”. To that saying I’ll add, business is the necessary thing, until it clashes with national security. That’s when border closures, boycotts and other economic tools are implemented, and business as usual is revised in exchange for a national good.
The United Democratic Party (UDP) and the National Alliance for Belizean Rights Party (NABR) coalition government 1993 to 1998, established the 65 square miles Sarstoon/Temash National Park in 1994, and redrew the Chiquibul National Park boundary in 1995, such that the Chiquibul National Park is now 414 square miles.
Security-minded individuals and agencies may likely have recommended that the boundary of these two national parks not extend to the international border with Guatemala. But, Belize politicians seem not to be very national security-minded. Belize is not a physical island. Were our politicians national security-minded, Belize’s road network would have been four lanes wide Corozal to Toledo at least twenty years ago; such that emergency services and commerce can get from one end of the nation to the other without much hindrance.
Belize gained independence through hard work, intelligence, high-skilled diplomacy, statesmanship, bravery and courage!
In the late 1950’s, the then president of Guatemala, Miguel Hidigoras Fuentes, declared: “Belize will be ours by right or by might”. Notice that he said “WILL BE”, which makes clear, in the president’s own words, that BELIZE WAS NOT AND IS NOT for Guatemala. It is only because Guatemala’s Constitution says that Belize is for Guatemala, that they keep the unfounded claim, with absolutely no right to claim Belize. However, despite this, Belize, valiant and bold, lobbied tirelessly for international support in a very courageous manner, under the leadership of Hon. George Price, and achieved its independence with all its territory intact. The United Nations then accepted Belize’s independence with all its territory intact.
The crucial Independence movement had begun some years before the 60’s but became even more intense in the mid and latter part of the 70’s. Belizeans under the leadership of the incorruptible George Price were strongly motivated by the unstoppable desire of having a nation of our own with full sovereignty and territorial integrity, with borders from the Rio Hondo to the Sarstoon River, as our borders have always been. Belizeans wanted independence for Belize by all means. Those Belizeans thus felt compelled to be part of this colossal movement because of their love for Belize.
The Special Agreement and the ICJ
The Special Agreement (SA) or Compromis was signed between Belize and Guatemala on 8 December 2008 in Washington DC. The wording of the SA did not benefit from any public discussion in Belize, as the SA was considered a confidential document that was only to be released to the Belizean public after its signature.
As a matter of fact there existed at that time an Advisory Council on the Guatemalan Claim (ACGC), of which I was a member, and we did not have any direct input on the wording of the SA. The Organization of the American States (OAS) had prepared and presented a Draft SA to Belize and Guatemala for review and finalization and the ACGC only received updates from the Belize Negotiating Team on the progress of the negotiations with Guatemala while finalizing the SA.
I am confident that if prior public consultations had been held on the content and wording of the SA, it would be different and more acceptable than what presently exists, as it is said that to get a good idea you need to get several good ideas, and none of us is better than all of us. Probably the intellectuals at the OAS are?
Soul brothers of Istanbul
Belize’s first native millionaire, Isaiah Emmanuel Morter (1860-1924), bequeathed his fortune to Marcus Garvey for the cause of African redemption in the early 1920s. Garvey never got the money and assets, because the United States government framed him on mail fraud charges and sent him to jail in the Atlanta State Penitentiary. During the two years plus Garvey was in jail, after which he was deported to Jamaica, charlatans got ahold of Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), and the matter of the Morter fortune ended up in the courts. (In 1939, British courts finally gave Isaiah Morter’s fortune to one Lionel Francis, a Trinidadian physician, who came to British Honduras to enjoy the money and assets. Garvey died broke in London in 1940.)
Belize’s second native millionaire, Robert Sydney Turton, was arguably the individual who was most responsible for the birth of the independence movement in British Honduras in the 1940s. Turton, the “illegitimate” son of a British army officer and a black Belizean lady, had selfish motives for seeking self-rule in Belize. He was doing most of his mahogany, chicle, and import commission business with United States companies, and the British colonial tariff laws in the colony gave great advantage to Turton’s British competition – the Belize Estate and Produce Company, Limited (BEC). The man who ended up leading Belize to independence, Rt. Hon. George Cadle Price, was Mr. Turton’s personal secretary, and Mr. Turton was responsible for Mr. Price’s entry into electoral politics in 1944.
SI 13 of 2016: Some teachers may be unable to continue in the profession.
In February, Hon. Patrick Faber explained, at a press conference, a process that teachers would have to undergo to ensure that they are qualified and that they remain in possession of a full teaching license. Faber had explained, in making reference to a provisional license that, “if you have not met the requirement for a full license, then we are in effect carving out a special permit for those teachers who meet the requirement for that permit.”
Today, Dr. Carol Babb, Deputy Chief Education Officer, told Amandala that the mandatory permit came into effect with the passing of Statutory Instrument (SI) 13 of 2016, which affects early childhood teachers, primary school teachers and high school teachers. Babb said that the application process has already begun.
FFB Congress update
As previously reported, on the 30th day of April, 2016, the Football Federation of Belize (FFB) held its IX Congress at the Princess Ramada Hotel in Belize City. Of the items listed on the agenda, one was for election of a new executive, where persons vied for the posts of President, Senior Vice President, Vice President and two Executive Members. After twenty-two rounds of voting, only three posts were filled, being Senior Vice President, Marlon Kuylen, and Executive Members Shane Orio and Darlene Vernon. Thereafter, the Federation was advised to halt with further attempts at selecting a President and Vice President, which remained deadlocked at 10-10 each, until further directions were given by FIFA. At the end of the night, all members were advised that the Senior Vice President would be elevated to Acting President until such further time.
On Tuesday, May 10, 2016, the three elected members travelled to Mexico City to attend the 66th FIFA Congress and to vote for the election of the new CONCACAF President, but more importantly to meet with the relevant FIFA personnel as to the way forward in relation to the posts that still remained vacant.
Taiwan’s new president says she will try to keep the peace with mainland China
Taiwan’s new President, Tsai Ing-wen, has said she will try to maintain peace with mainland China as she takes over reign amidst a cloud of economic and social challenges on the island.
Tsai, who was sworn into office Friday, faces different of expectations. Her supporters want indepenedence and social and political reform and China wants to maintain control over Taiwan.
Tsai’s platform on which she won promised the 23 million Taiwanese just what they were asking for, but increased pressure from China, which has a claim on Taiwan, could undermine her promise to her people.
In her inauguration address, Tsai listed the areas that needs urgent attention.
“The path forward is not a smooth one. Taiwan needs a new government that readily takes on each and every challenge. And it is my job to lead such a government.
Breaking Belize News
Former Cabinet Minister Joe Briceno grave in hospital
Former Cabinet Minister Elijio “Joe” Briceno, father of current People’s United Party (PUP) leader John Briceno, is in an extremely grave condition at the Northern Regional Hospital at this hour.
PUP chairman Henry Charles Usher today asked for the prayers and thoughts of all Belizeans and PUP’s to be with Mr. Briceno and his family at this time.
Briceno served as Minister of Energy and Communications in the 1979-1984 term of the PUP under the late Right Honorable George Price. He later retired from politics in favour of his son, who has held the Orange Walk Central seat ever since.
PUP blames Government for canceled Sarstoon trip
The People’s United Party (PUP) cancelled its planned educational trip to the Sarstoon River for party leaders that was scheduled for today.
According to PUP insiders, they were unable to guarantee the boat owners that they had contracted to take them to the area that they would not be victimized by the ruling government.
Speaking with us this morning, party chairman Henry Charles Usher laid direct blame at the feet of the Government for threatening the livelihoods of any operators who assisted the PUP in today’s planned exercise.
Usher also told us that the party may likely continue with its constitutional challenge to the Public Safety Act Regulations Sarstoon Order, 2016, after the first hearing was adjourned on Friday at the Supreme Court.
Ladrick Shephard raises funds for sickle-cell afflicted son
Sickle cell anemia is a severe hereditary form of anemia – or “poor a blood” – in which a mutated form hemoglobin distorts the red blood cells into a crescent shape at low oxygen levels. It is most common among those of African descent.
Well-known football official Ladrick “Mad Bull” Shepherd and his family have been struggling with the disease, which afflicts his son Keshawn Shepherd. Today, Shepherd is hosting a fundraiser in the Sugar City Orange Walk to help get his son to the United States for clinical trials for a new pill that may be able to help.
Shepherd is collaborating with Universal Radio for a radiothon and dollar drive at the Queen Elizabeth Park, in front of the Town Council’s offices; there will also be a barbecue sale.
Traffic accident leaves two critical
An early morning traffic accident near the San Ignacio market in Cayo District, has left two persons hospitalized at the Karl Heusner Hospital (KHMH) and reportedly in critical conditions.
Due to the severity of their injuries, both persons were rushed from San Ignacio to the KHMH where they are now receiving emergency treatment.
Details are still sketchy but more will be posted as the information becomes available.
PUP trip to Sarstoon Island cancelled
Reports reaching Breaking Belize News are that the People’s United Party’s (PUP) trip, scheduled to have left this morning en route to the Sarstoon Island, was cancelled.
According to those reports, the cancellation was because of the medical condition of party leader, John Briceno’s father, who is said to be really ill at this time.
The trip, which would have gone against the 30 day ban set on the area by government, had garnered much attention as the Belizean public waited to see if it would share the same fate as Belize Territorial Volunteers’ last attempt to traverse to the island.
New British Defence Attaché strengthens the UK’s defence relationship with the Guatemalan army
This is who we are looking at to defend Belize. Well, sorry to burst your bubble people, they are in bed with the enemy.
From:British Embassy Guatemala City,
First published:18 April 2016,
Colonel David Strawbridge MBE, a serving officer in the British Army, paid a three day visit to Guatemala to initiate his new role as the UK’s Defence Attaché to Guatemala.
He assumes the role with over 34 years of military experience including time spent in operational theatres such as Northern Ireland, Kosovo and Iraq as well as peacekeeping in Africa.
During this initial visit, Colonel Strawbridge met with the Guatemalan Deputy Minister of Defence, Mynor Francisco Mus Tujab and other high level officials including the Chief of the Defence Staff Brig General Perez Ramirez.
The British Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) mission is to protect the security, independence and interests of the UK at home and abroad, working closely with allies and partners. During his visit, Colonel Strawbridge reiterated the United Kingdom’s eagerness to work alongside Guatemalan counterparts and to share operational experiences. Whilst remaining resident in Mexico City he hopes to visit Guatemala on a regular basis.
Remains of long-ago child sacrifices found in Belize cave
Midnight Terror Cave has a name that really fits. Grim discoveries there are shedding light on a long tradition of child sacrifices. They happened long, long ago.
Researchers have often emphasized that human sacrifices in ancient Central American and Mexican civilizations targeted adults. Clearly, however, not all were adults. In fact, these rituals occurred so long ago that no one today can be sure how or why someone would have been chosen.
From 2008 to 2010, scientists found 9,566 human bones, bone fragments and teeth on the floor of the cave in Belize. (Belize is a country in Central America.) A large share of those pieces, it now turns out, had belonged to individuals no more than 14 years old, reports Michael Prout. He is an archaeologist at California State University, Los Angeles. Many of the bones came from 4- to 10-year-olds. But because the bones are so broken, it’s hard to estimate precisely how many people they represent.
The bones belonged to a people called the Maya. They had a grand civilization in Mexico and Central America. It spanned from about 2500 B.C. to 1500 A.D. Their descendants still live in the region today.
THE GUATEMALANS ON THE GROUND KNOW ALL TOO WELL (BELIZE'S WESTERN) BOUNDARY LIMITS , 2min. Five local media crews on Monday May 16, 2016 headed out to a farmland area known as Green Hills in the Cayo District. It is a Mennonite acquired property some 6 miles behind the center of Spanish Lookout. It was bought around 1987 and is close to the Belize Guatemala border. In fact, only a few hundred meters separate the only remaining government land which buffers the Mennonite farmland and the Belize – Guatemala border. The important detail we learned from the farmers and businessmen in the area is that the Guatemalans know very well where the border line is. Below is that story.
A deceptively easy way to die - Cave Diving, 10min. NSS/CDS safety video.
Do not dive in caves without proper training. There have been a few disturbing rumors and videos popping up of people diving without the proper training and equipment in the cave we call "winter wonderland" just off Caye Chapel. If you or someone you know have been thinking of diving in any cave or have dove in a cave without a cave certification and redundant systems, then I urge you to watch this video. Cave diving is an amazing sport, with breathtaking beauty and history, but just like flying a plane, doing it without the right training is not just suicidal, it's stupid. Being a Dive Master or instructor is not the sort of training you need to handle any bad situation in a cave. I need to share this with the Caye Caulker community.
Belize Zip Line Adventure!, 3min.
Belize Tubing`, 12min. Cave Tubing in Belize.
Belize Tubing`, 9min. Cave Tubing in Belize.
Aziatic 2015 Belize Day performance, 3.5min. First annual Belize Day in Inglewood California at the Hollywood Park Casino.
Lova Boy 2015 performance at the first annual Belize Day in California, 5.5min. Belize Day at the Hollywood Park Casino in Inglewood California.
Shyne Performs Live From Belize At Diddys Bad Boy Reunion Tour NY, 2.5min. Shyne Performs Bad Boys At Diddys Bad Boy Reunion Tour This is the 20th Anniversary for Diddy's Bad Boy Records & Family.
Diddy Brings Out Shyne Perfoms Bad Boy At The Bad Boy Reuion Tour Barclay's Center From Belize!!!, 2min. Shyne Performs Bad Boys At Diddys Bad Boy Reunion Tour This is the 20th Anniversary for Diddy's Bad Boy Records & Family.