Dancehall diva Tifa recently released a single titled “Big Bumper,” which has received mixed reviews.
The single which was released on the Moscato rhythm, praises and empowers women with plump derrieres, whether real or fake.
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“Da one yah a big up all a di big bumper gal dem, mawga gyal mi tyad a unnu go one side,” sings Tifa.
However, some fans have taken to social media to express their distaste with what they believe is a discriminatory single.
Nevertheless, Tifa announced a message for those who sincerely felt offended by the single.
“Different songs are made praising different body types all the time, so me praising the shapely, thicker or ‘Big Bumper’ women should be no big deal!!. We live in a world where skinny and flat is praised on a large scale as healthy or beautiful, well, so are the shapely women!! Big up all a di big bumper GYAL dem!!!” Tifa said via Instagram.
Tifa is expected to release another single later this week titled ‘The Champ’ courtesy of ZJ Chrome and currently enjoying premium rotation on the airwaves with “Bout This Love” along with “Belleh” remix featuring Sanjay, Demarco and Shelly Belly.
She has several nominations for this year’s Youth View Awards (YVAs), for ‘Best Collaboration’ and ‘Video of the Year’ for her 2014 Dexta Daps collaboration “Jealous Ova,” set for February 20th at the National Indoor Sports Center.
The Dancehall diva is also preparing for several gigs in Florida in upcoming weeks.