The video reveals a young woman hoisting a little person (dwarf) on to her hip and gyrating with him, much to the delight of the onlookers.
Ludacris simply captioned the clip… “#nowthatsludicrous”
Ludacris, who is among the lead actors in the popular Fast and Furious movies, shared the 15-second clip with his more than five million followers.
After being released late last year, “Jealous Ova” has garnered more than a million views online and has obtained success worldwide.
Tifa, who re-posted the clip from Ludacris, said she is fond of the highlight from Ludacris and the song’s success.
“I’m very proud of this song and the success it has received. It’s always a good feeling when you put your all into something and you are able to see the success and reap rewards,” Tifa told media reporters.
Tifa first made her mark on dancehall back in 2008 with two ebullient singles full of insult-comic wisecracks “Crawny Gal” and “Bottom of the Barrel”, both delivered over playful productions from the crazy underrated Ward 21. That same year, she also teamed with Natalie Storm and Timberlee, collectively billed as TNT, for 3 The Hard Way, an often hilarious and unjustly forgotten mixtape with New York DJs Federation Sound.
Since then, the singjay—reggae parlance for a vocalist who sings as well as deejays, or raps—has been one of dancehall’s most consistent voices, male or female, reliably issuing bashment hits like “Spell It Out” and this year’s collaboration with Dexta Daps, “Jealous Ova.”