Dancehall divas Macka Diamond and Spice reignited their beef thanks to a diss track coming from withing the “So Mi Like It” deejay.
Macka accuses Spice of not only being disrespectful towards her but also other female dancehall artists.
“Mi just tired of people who act like dem wah tek music business for a game. Me never grow up in this business and see people a try diss females, and this girl diss other females and gwaan like she don’t want the rest of the females to eat any food,” The “Money O” deejay said.
“She diss Tifa, she diss everybody, and gwaan like she wah cow down and bully people. Mi nah ward wid dancer fi gwaan inna the road guh beat up dem front,” Macka said of the lyrically lethal queen of stage show.
Macka Diamond is not the only female dancehall artist speaking out against Spice. Gully Bop former fiancé Shauna Chin also spoke about her issues with Spice. “I don’t think it is cool for her to act like she is the only female dancehall artiste and the others are not good,” Chin Chin said.
The tension between Macka and Spice erupted after Team Spice dancers released a diss song aimed at Macka. The diva believe Spice was the instigator of the diss thrown at her. Macka declared the song to be weak, but applauded the dancers for sounding better than Spice.
“She bring donkey come Sting and now she bring dancer. All now she nuh face me lyrically, mi nuh inna no gimmicks thing. Mi wah fi show Jamaica sey Macka Diamond build this business too, and my name stands tall inna this,” Macka said.
“Macka Diamond name is global and mi create things in music weh people never do before. So before the rest of mi teeth dem drop out mi a mek sure sey mi lef mi name good inna this,”
The outspoken money goddess pledge to defend her honor as she continues to create waves in the music industry.