Burning conflict between Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom spark war of words online

The burning issue between entertainers Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom continues to send tongues wagging across social media.

Stefflon Don has responded to Jada Kingdom, who wanted to know if the British-Jamaican entertainer was throwing shade at her in her latest Dancehall song, released on Rvssian’s Dutty Money Riddim.

On Sunday evening, a bold Jada Kingdom created a frenzy across social media when she called out Stefflon Don and questioned if her new song was about her. Jada, who also did an Instagram live, made it clear that she had an issue with a line in the song where Stefflon Don suggested that the person who slept with her partner should be slapped.

Stefflon Don has since tweaked the lyrics of the line Jada Kingdom questioned. Instead of “Bleep my man box you fi get”, Stefflon Don has adjusted her lyrics to be a little more accurate and direct. “You neva bleep my man, dutty gal we did lef, tell Twinkie say a this me a say”, she deejays in the adjusted verse shared to her verified Instagram account, which she captioned in part, “If Di cap fit, you fi wear it, dat a dat!!!!”.

In the comment section Jada Kingdom responded, writing “WOOOOIIIEEEE” followed by six laughing emojis. She also dropped a song addressing Stefflon Don. However, the British-Jamaican in her IG story told Jada Kingdom her diss track is wack.

According to Jada she was just testing the waters. In a new video, she warned Stefflon Don, telling her to wrap it up.

Stefflon Don, who dated Burna Boy for three years between 2019 and 2021, seems to have a burning issue with Jada Kingdom, who had a short fling with the Nigerian star last year. In the remix of Byron Messiah’s Talibans, Burna Boy bragged about Jada Kingdom’s private parts and announced he bought her a Birkin bag.

Now, Stefflon Don and Burna Boy seem to have rekindled old flames after a video surfaced online in December last year, where Stefflon Don was seen in the Afrobeats star’s arms as the pair embraced and kissed.

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The burning issue between entertainers Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom continues to send tongues wagging across social media.

Stefflon Don has responded to Jada Kingdom, who wanted to know if the British-Jamaican entertainer was throwing shade at her in her latest Dancehall song, released on Rvssian’s Dutty Money Riddim.

On Sunday evening, a bold Jada Kingdom created a frenzy across social media when she called out Stefflon Don and questioned if her new song was about her. Jada, who also did an Instagram live, made it clear that she had an issue with a line in the song where Stefflon Don suggested that the person who slept with her partner should be slapped.

Stefflon Don has since tweaked the lyrics of the line Jada Kingdom questioned. Instead of “Bleep my man box you fi get”, Stefflon Don has adjusted her lyrics to be a little more accurate and direct. “You neva bleep my man, dutty gal we did lef, tell Twinkie say a this me a say”, she deejays in the adjusted verse shared to her verified Instagram account, which she captioned in part, “If Di cap fit, you fi wear it, dat a dat!!!!”.

In the comment section Jada Kingdom responded, writing “WOOOOIIIEEEE” followed by six laughing emojis. She also dropped a song addressing Stefflon Don. However, the British-Jamaican in her IG story told Jada Kingdom her diss track is wack.

According to Jada she was just testing the waters. In a new video, she warned Stefflon Don, telling her to wrap it up.

Stefflon Don, who dated Burna Boy for three years between 2019 and 2021, seems to have a burning issue with Jada Kingdom, who had a short fling with the Nigerian star last year. In the remix of Byron Messiah’s Talibans, Burna Boy bragged about Jada Kingdom’s private parts and announced he bought her a Birkin bag.

Now, Stefflon Don and Burna Boy seem to have rekindled old flames after a video surfaced online in December last year, where Stefflon Don was seen in the Afrobeats star’s arms as the pair embraced and kissed.

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The burning issue between entertainers Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom continues to send tongues wagging across social media.

Stefflon Don has responded to Jada Kingdom, who wanted to know if the British-Jamaican entertainer was throwing shade at her in her latest Dancehall song, released on Rvssian’s Dutty Money Riddim.

On Sunday evening, a bold Jada Kingdom created a frenzy across social media when she called out Stefflon Don and questioned if her new song was about her. Jada, who also did an Instagram live, made it clear that she had an issue with a line in the song where Stefflon Don suggested that the person who slept with her partner should be slapped.

Stefflon Don has since tweaked the lyrics of the line Jada Kingdom questioned. Instead of “Bleep my man box you fi get”, Stefflon Don has adjusted her lyrics to be a little more accurate and direct. “You neva bleep my man, dutty gal we did lef, tell Twinkie say a this me a say”, she deejays in the adjusted verse shared to her verified Instagram account, which she captioned in part, “If Di cap fit, you fi wear it, dat a dat!!!!”.

In the comment section Jada Kingdom responded, writing “WOOOOIIIEEEE” followed by six laughing emojis. She also dropped a song addressing Stefflon Don. However, the British-Jamaican in her IG story told Jada Kingdom her diss track is wack.

According to Jada she was just testing the waters. In a new video, she warned Stefflon Don, telling her to wrap it up.

Stefflon Don, who dated Burna Boy for three years between 2019 and 2021, seems to have a burning issue with Jada Kingdom, who had a short fling with the Nigerian star last year. In the remix of Byron Messiah’s Talibans, Burna Boy bragged about Jada Kingdom’s private parts and announced he bought her a Birkin bag.

Now, Stefflon Don and Burna Boy seem to have rekindled old flames after a video surfaced online in December last year, where Stefflon Don was seen in the Afrobeats star’s arms as the pair embraced and kissed.

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The burning issue between entertainers Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom continues to send tongues wagging across social media.

Stefflon Don has responded to Jada Kingdom, who wanted to know if the British-Jamaican entertainer was throwing shade at her in her latest Dancehall song, released on Rvssian’s Dutty Money Riddim.

On Sunday evening, a bold Jada Kingdom created a frenzy across social media when she called out Stefflon Don and questioned if her new song was about her. Jada, who also did an Instagram live, made it clear that she had an issue with a line in the song where Stefflon Don suggested that the person who slept with her partner should be slapped.

Stefflon Don has since tweaked the lyrics of the line Jada Kingdom questioned. Instead of “Bleep my man box you fi get”, Stefflon Don has adjusted her lyrics to be a little more accurate and direct. “You neva bleep my man, dutty gal we did lef, tell Twinkie say a this me a say”, she deejays in the adjusted verse shared to her verified Instagram account, which she captioned in part, “If Di cap fit, you fi wear it, dat a dat!!!!”.

In the comment section Jada Kingdom responded, writing “WOOOOIIIEEEE” followed by six laughing emojis. She also dropped a song addressing Stefflon Don. However, the British-Jamaican in her IG story told Jada Kingdom her diss track is wack.

According to Jada she was just testing the waters. In a new video, she warned Stefflon Don, telling her to wrap it up.

Stefflon Don, who dated Burna Boy for three years between 2019 and 2021, seems to have a burning issue with Jada Kingdom, who had a short fling with the Nigerian star last year. In the remix of Byron Messiah’s Talibans, Burna Boy bragged about Jada Kingdom’s private parts and announced he bought her a Birkin bag.

Now, Stefflon Don and Burna Boy seem to have rekindled old flames after a video surfaced online in December last year, where Stefflon Don was seen in the Afrobeats star’s arms as the pair embraced and kissed.

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The burning issue between entertainers Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom continues to send tongues wagging across social media.

Stefflon Don has responded to Jada Kingdom, who wanted to know if the British-Jamaican entertainer was throwing shade at her in her latest Dancehall song, released on Rvssian’s Dutty Money Riddim.

On Sunday evening, a bold Jada Kingdom created a frenzy across social media when she called out Stefflon Don and questioned if her new song was about her. Jada, who also did an Instagram live, made it clear that she had an issue with a line in the song where Stefflon Don suggested that the person who slept with her partner should be slapped.

Stefflon Don has since tweaked the lyrics of the line Jada Kingdom questioned. Instead of “Bleep my man box you fi get”, Stefflon Don has adjusted her lyrics to be a little more accurate and direct. “You neva bleep my man, dutty gal we did lef, tell Twinkie say a this me a say”, she deejays in the adjusted verse shared to her verified Instagram account, which she captioned in part, “If Di cap fit, you fi wear it, dat a dat!!!!”.

In the comment section Jada Kingdom responded, writing “WOOOOIIIEEEE” followed by six laughing emojis. She also dropped a song addressing Stefflon Don. However, the British-Jamaican in her IG story told Jada Kingdom her diss track is wack.

According to Jada she was just testing the waters. In a new video, she warned Stefflon Don, telling her to wrap it up.

Stefflon Don, who dated Burna Boy for three years between 2019 and 2021, seems to have a burning issue with Jada Kingdom, who had a short fling with the Nigerian star last year. In the remix of Byron Messiah’s Talibans, Burna Boy bragged about Jada Kingdom’s private parts and announced he bought her a Birkin bag.

Now, Stefflon Don and Burna Boy seem to have rekindled old flames after a video surfaced online in December last year, where Stefflon Don was seen in the Afrobeats star’s arms as the pair embraced and kissed.