Lady Saw pens open letter, asks Tifa, Spice and Macka Diamond for forgiveness
Though a week has not yet elapsed since Lady Saw got baptised, the former queen of the dancehall is wasting no time where "getting it right with God and man" is concerned.
In an open letter, Lady Saw bears it all, answering questions that well-wishers and critics have thrown at her since she gave her life to the Lord on Monday, December 14.
"Some people are making negative arguments that I did it to steal the limelight of dancehall artiste J Capri, whose funeral was held on Monday," Saw's letter stated.
"It took me having to go to J Capri's funeral to become a Christian. I started conversing with God in the church. The Holy Ghost 'dash' it all over me. God did a transformation in my closet," said Saw who went on to declare "I care zero about my critics."
Saw, whose real name is Marion Hall, also asked her former dancehall rivals Tifa, Spice and Macka Diamond to forgive her for past hurt she may have caused them.
"I love you, Spice. I love you Macka Diamond. I love you, Tifa. Forgive me if I hurt you. I let go of any animosity. We artistes were fighting for Satan. We wanted his crown. But our real crown is in Heaven for us."