Following Spice’s call for unity among female entertainers in the music industry, the “Loodi” deejay took to Instagram on Tuesday, posting a photo of herself with the “Gum” deejay.
“In the middle of my performance she walked in and some of her #Smurfs saw her and started to create excitement! She literally STOPPED until I finished my song to avoid any disturbances..and for that my Team and I have a different level of respect for you @spiceofficial 👏🏾👏🏾, she expressed.
“Spice a di Queen, so me a wah? Nuh must Princess! Who next? Just face it a so di ting set! 🎶 PS: U cut off your legs for specific reasons me wish me cudda cut out my face cause I just performed so my hair and make up all messy🤣🤣🤣 #nuffLove#SugarANDSpice #
HardWorkingFemales#Dancehall 🇯🇲 ,” she added.
Fellow Dancehall artist Popcaan comically ridiculed the “Love I Got For U” singer’s statement.
“How is this possible 😂😂,” he commented on Shenseea’s post.
However, the “Firm and Strong” deejay later expressed that he was only joking while taking a jab at controversial dancer Marvin The Beast.
“@Shenseea me woman so call her a goddess ✊ plus Marvin The Beast did say him a princess a dancehall already 😅😅😅😃😂#lockpick,,” he wrote.
The “Pon Mi” deejay’s statements has since sparked controversy among music fans on social media with some bashing her claim as nonesense.
“No sah… Khalia is on the same level of no talent as Shenocean… Goodly worse. Better you root for Vanessa Bling 😩,” one fan wrote.
“Shensea ain’t no prinny…. Spice barely a d queen so how she fi b princess… Shensea deven have 3 hits inna r career,” another lamented.
However, the commentary was not all negative for the deejay. Shenseea also receives support from several fans.
“@shenseea a definitely the princess after nuh body else nah work as hard or have the numbers like her,” one fan wrote in her defense.