In the photograph, the “Got It Like That” deejay can be seen showing off her flexibility.
“My different, is different from your different… I cannot be defined‼️ I only fit into my cirlcle⭕️,” Tifa captioned the pic on Instagram.
Several Dancehall fans were left impressed.
“SIT ON IT SO COMFY GOODIE 🔥🔥🔥😍😍😍😘😘😘 SKILLS,” one fan wrote.
“Yoooooow! Yuh need fi spell out deh pose ere fidi werl 👌🏾📣📣📣📣📣,” one expressed.
“Yes girl👏🏽 own your different. Be you in order to stand out. You don’t let your struggles define you. Own your condition, inspire people by being your true self. Let the world see the real you🙌🏽 I love you girl @itsthetifa,” wrote another.
Even Jamaican politician Lisa Hanna shared her thought on the picture.
“Now this is a rhatid picture!!!,” Lisa commented.
Tifa first made her mark on Dancehall back in 2008 with two ebullient singles full of insult-comic wisecracks, “Crawny Gal” and “Bottom of the Barrel.”
The Jamaican entertainer, who plans to embark on tours in Europe, Africa, and the United States later this year, has been busy in the studios working on material for her upcoming debut album.
She recently released “One Chance/One Dance” (produced by Kurt Riley) and “Buss a Wine” (produced by Dutty Dex).