Taking to Instagram, the Dancehall artist shared an adorable video with her new lover getting cozy in a pool on Saturday.
“My man and mi nah ask him settle inna mi life like stew chicken inna gravy #Mine #happylife,” the “Romantic Mood” singer captioned the cheerful video of the couple.
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Spice’s video was greeted with thousands of congratulatory messages from fans.
However, others theorized that her new relationship was just another publicity stunt to promote her upcoming song and music video, “Mine Mine Mine,” which is slated to be released on Valentine’s Day.
This comes after the Jamaican entertainer uploaded a cropped photo of the mysterey man with a cryptic caption on Friday.
“Mine,” Spice wrote along the image.
Starting her music career as Spice in 1999, the beloved deejay has risen to the fore as arguably the most sought-after and popular female dancehall artiste of her time.
This feat has even enabled some to label her as the Queen of Dancehall, who has helped to disseminate dancehall culture in new spaces like the American TV series ‘Love and Hip Hop’, and even create unprecedented moments like becoming the first female Jamaican artiste to attain one million followers on Instagram.
Though she unapologetically sits atop her new throne, there are still things Spice wants to accomplish before declaring she has ‘made it’. One of those things is to score a massive crossover record.
To aid in her mission, the entertainer recently told reporters that she has been studying different techniques utilised by Shaggy, Sean Paul and Rihanna. She has been listening to Rihanna’s older music like “Pon De Replay,” which has Caribbean influence, to see how the Barbadian star made the transition to international stardom. Spice has also been getting advice from seasoned American rapper and friend Busta Rhymes.