The “Killy Killy” deejay has apologized to his fans over the language used during his feud with Mavado.
“To My Younger And My Older Fans I would like to Apologize For All The language That I Been Using In Me And mavado lyrical #battle We have no violence whatsoever towards each other, bless up all real dancehall music fans wey been a follow the culture and bless up mavado #Wayup,” Popcaan stated on social media.
The Dancehall artists have been locked in a heated dispute all of this summer and things grew intense over the last week with at least four diss songs coming from Popcaan and Mavado’s camp.
In one of the Unruly deejay’s diss track “RPG,” he made references to DJ Khaled and that drew some criticisms.
“Gunshot mi send mi nuh send text,
Bwoy a feel up DJ Khalid,
And a tell bad man him a the best,” Poppy deejays.
Popcaan drew, even more, criticisms when he mentioned Solid Agency lead Sharon Burke by name in another diss song titled “Born Ready.”
“All the years when you deh in a Alliance,
Mi find out seh Sharon Burke pu**y you a smell,
Mama cyaa tell mi put mi weapon down,” the former Gaza prefect deejay.
The “Everything Nice” deejay, seemingly feeling remorseful, took to his Instagram account to issue an apology.
Popcaan is known for songs like “Ova Dweet,” “Where We Come From,” and “Kill Badmind.”