Speaking on personal problems with the Dancehall veteran during a recent interview, Desha told media reporter, Loop Jamaica, that Beenie Man needs to work on being a better father.
“Mi just think him need fi step up him thing,” Desha stated.
“Him a mek whole heap a luu move suh him just need fi start be a man, a father and everything inna one now. The person weh everybody know out a road a nuh the person weh me know,” she said.
“So everybody out a road can say weh dem waah fi say or criticize or anything weh dem waah do but yo see becuase me know weh me know mi no need fi say nothing to nobody him know weh him know to so all mi a fi say is just step up yo thing,” she added.
Desha, who has aspirations of becoming a stylist or a model, also raised a few eyebrows in August on social media when she hinted that she wanted nothing to do with the “King of Dancehall.”
The dancer called out the “Zim Zimma” deejay during his 44th birthday celebration after her brother, Mosiah Davis, tagged her in a family photo on Instagram.
“I just can’t be fake sorry bro no comment,” Desha wrote with the hashtag, “#nothischild”.
Desha also snubbed Beenie Man in September 2016 when he sent her birthday wishes on Instagram.
“Blessed Earthstrong to my beautiful and talented daughter Desha, have a great day!,” Beenie Man wrote.
However, the Ravers Clavers member failed to acknowledge the post. This did not come as surprise due to the fact that she doesn’t follow him on the photo-sharing social network.
Beenie Man has remained silent about his issues with his daughter.