Dancehall artiste, Spice has come out with all lyrical guns blazing at both the former Portmore Empire artiste, Lisa Hype and MC Nuffy following this week’s Sting concert, Jamworld, Portmore.

Jamaica Deejay Spice

Jamaica deejay Spice

Lisa Hype who released a song entitled, Sting Aftermath, immediately following Sting, hurled insults at several female dancehall artistes, predominantly Spice. Spice says:

“Lisa Hype, I mean Lisa Swipe is in no position to utter the words she did from her mouth, but I honestly feel very sorry for her. She’s going through a shameful time in her life right now and is obviously looking for a dark hole to stick her head in. Lisa Swipe is calling names to keep her name out there; but my name? She ah play wid fire. She know say she nuh bad like mi likkle fingah. Di time she tek ah pick pon di female artiste dem, she need fi go clean off di discharge offah har stomach. She ah gwaan like ah me tek har pictuh an sen’ it out. And it’s such a pity. Outta every female artiste name whe she call, she ah di crawniest one. She feavah Geico lizard. I’ve been in the business for 10 years and I’ve never stooped so low, just to get highlighted. But Lisa doesn’t know when to stop stooping and get up off her knees. It’s tragic. Let me not bother to go there because she is not in my world. Lisa, as a woman-to-woman, I have never been as humiliated as you are in my life, so I have no idea what you are going through. I can only imagine. So I wish you a speedy recovery,” said Spice.

In addition, Spice also spoke of her inability to perform at Sting. “Nuffy sabotaged my thing. After Pamputae performed, he knew it should have been me, but he called up General B instead. When did he expect me to perform after that? During the clash with him and KipRich. It was unprofessional and it was done purposely because before that he was following the lineup and list. I just want to apologise to my fans for not performing. I didn’t get the chance to and I had a real end of year performance in store.”

Source: Blueprint Publicity & Promotions

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