Dancehall artiste Spice says she has forgiven former dancehall artiste Lady Saw

February 11, 2016

Dancehall artiste Spice says she has forgiven former dancehall nemesis, Marion Hall.

Spice made the statement in a Real Talk interview with the STAR.

She was asked for a response to an open letter penned by Hall after her baptism, where Hall asked for forgiveness from Spice, Tifa and Macka Diamond.

""The Lady Saw I know is a feisty woman. So I know that if she didn't mean it, she wouldn't come out and apologise. I have forgiven her and moved on. That is why I will always grow because I forgave her a long time ago," Spice said.

She also sought to address persons who believe that Hall's baptism is a facade.

"A lot of persons are saying she is not genuine with what she is doing and so on, but people can ease her up a bit with the bashing because, I know that if she wasn't genuine, she wouldn't come out and apologise. She would prefer to hiss her teeth and no give a hell so, I think it was basically real," she added.

As for whether Spice will be taking the bold decision to get saved, she does not see that happening anytime soon.

"I believe in God. I live right, me no bad mind, obeah man no know me, heart clean, you name it. My fiance can attest to that. I have a beautiful soul. The only thing I'm doing right now is probably fornicating," she said between laughs. "I don't think I am ready," she continued. 

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