Vybz Kartel calls out unnamed "waste" producers and artists for splicing his songs.

is sending out a stern warning to Dancehall producers and artistes.

On Sunday, the imprisoned entertainer took to Instagram to call out producers whom are allegedly editing his tracks to create features for other artistes to launch their careers.

“Producer dem. stop splice mi song dem wid unuh waste artiste dem. First n last warning,” the message read.

Vybz Kartel Sends Warning To Dancehall Producers

Before going to prison, the “Fever” deejay had a fall out with Di Genius (Stephen McGregor).

Last year, fellow Jamaican entertainer came under fire when Kartel’s camp revealed that her smash hit single “Loodi,” produced by Elvis Redwood of So Unique Records, was not an original collaboration.

However, it is unclear who his recent message was aimed at.

Despite being in prison since 2011, Vybz Kartel, whose real name is Adidja Palmer, remains one of the most influential artists in dancehall.

He has consistently released new music even more frequent than other local artists.

With his global fan base, the “Fever” deejay attracts a wide range of top producers.

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