Spice does not support female acts - Chin Chin

August 09, 2016
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Chin Chin, Gully Bop's ex-girlfriend
Dancehall artiste Spice
Spice performing at Reggae Sumfest Dancehall Night last month.

Spice does not support female acts - Chin Chin

Gully Bop's estranged fiancEe, Chin Chin, has released a diss song aimed at dancehall artiste Spice, claiming that the 'stage show boss' has not been supportive of other female acts.

According to Chin Chin, Spice was one of only three females booked for Reggae Sumfest, yet she did not share the glory with any female act unlike the male deejays. As a result, Chin Chin said she was inspired to pen Couldn't Walk Weh that was produced by Cigar Records.

"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. She didn't bring up any artiste with her at Sumfest, but, at the same time, look how much artistes the males brought onstage and females were already scarce," Chin Chin said.

"She could have brought up Raine Seville or any trying female artiste. Spice should remember when she was a trying artiste, and don't act like you are the only female in dancehall."

Although Spice is known for her feisty lyrics and strong stage show presence, Chin Chin told THE STAR that she is not frightened by the Scorn Dem deejay.

"If J Capri never dead and cause Lady Saw to go into the church, you couldn't get a run. And for the record, I am not trying to get a hype off you because I have my own hype. I am not afraid of Spice either. Don't take my cute face simple because she can't bully me," she said.

Despite her fiery words, Chin Chin made it clear that a physical altercation is not in her character.

"She lick after Sashae at Sting, but I am not into that sort of thing. If she answer me, I will respond and go toe to toe until she stop. But I am not trying to fight with her. She gave a good performance at Sumfest and mi a give her credit for that," Chin Chin said.

"However, all I am saying is that she should do better as a female artiste and stop rubbing your success in the face of other females. Humble because you don't have a Grammy like Lady Saw and she was never so hype."

When contacted, Spice declined to comment on the matter, stating that she did not know of a Chin Chin. Though unrelated, she also revealed that she and her long time boyfriend Nicholas Lall had parted ways.

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