Jahvillani recently revealed that he isn’t in the Montego Bay-based music group.
The Dancehall recording artist disclosed the status of his affiliation to Entertainment Report host, Anthony Miller, on the popular Friday night programme.
Miller first inquired if Jahvillani was currently a part of the Squash led group, to which the deejay replied:
“A always Wild Side government.” Miller then asked if he was ever, at any point in time, a part of the 6ix to which Jahvillani replied to by stating “No Bredda, is the public say 6ix.”
This comes only a few weeks after touring the UK, Jahvillani stated that he and the 6ix team are good and are one. Now, he is making it clear that he is doing his own thing while never harbouring any ill feelings towards the 6ix camp.
In a cryptic post, Squash the 6ix Boss, said in a video:
“See who me pay mind to yah my little ones so all a who a look attention from ova yah so unu nah go get none so wen some a unu opportunist a call call up me name me nah look pah unu afta unu a nuh me kids or me gal dem.”
Jahvillani, who hails from St. Ann, made his big break in 2018 with the infectious hit, “Wileside Government.” He says his sights are set on working with more international acts and appearing on the Billboard charts soon.