Masicka does not support my music ...claims deejay's babymother

April 29, 2016
Magnum Kings and Queen of Dancehall 2016 winner, Climaxx.
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Claims deejay's babymother

Climaxx, one of the contestants in the 2016 edition of the Magnum Kings and Queen of Dancehall, claims her baby's father, Masicka, is not supportive of her musical ambitions.

"I want to let the people know I write my own songs first and foremost. Masicka does not support me doing music. He thinks female artistes are demeaning in terms of the image they portray in the dancehall," Climaxx told THE WEEKEND STAR.

"Like the things you hear about ... He thinks everybody is like that so he doesn't really encourage my music. He would actually prefer if I have a regular nine-to-five, wearing a stocking, skirt, full jacket, and sit around a desk."

Climaxx also told THE WEEKEND STAR that she is following her dreams and will not let a man dictate her future.

"Climaxx is all about the musical life. He met me as an artiste so I don't know why he would want to change me. He thinks that for me, being a babymother, di yute should be my sole responsibility. Yes, di yute is my responsibility, but music is the source which I will use to get funds to support my child," she said.

Since this season of the competition started, Climaxx has been regarded as one of the female contestants in the talent show with impressive writing skills.

"I was a student of the Immaculate Conception High School and that is where I got the knowledge to construct my lyrics. I am a lyrical person, and thanks to my school for that. Masicka nuh write nuh lyrics fi Climaxx, not a verse much less chorus," she said.

PARENTAL MATTERS

Climaxx further told THE WEEKEND STAR that she only talks to the Hard Ball deejay about matters relating to their child.

"Some people think I went hard on him by louding him up on social media, but they don't know the situation and what I was going through. The mere fact that I went on social media about our situation was what fixed things. Right now I give him 100 per cent as a father because he started to support the child the real way. That shows that my effort wasn't wasted and I don't regret it," she said.

Masicka declined to be interviewed for this piece. His publicist told THE WEEKEND STAR that he was unavailable for comment.

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