The release of Malie Donn’s controversial new single, “Nah Forfeit,” taking a jab at compatriot I-Octane, has resulted in escalated tension between the two entertainers.
Premiered on Tuesday, the Ching Records produced single sees Malie Donn accusing I-Octane of being a “freak.” However, the “V6” hitmaker did not qualify the reason for the derogatory utterances, which has caused quite an uproar on social media.
In response to the song, I-Octane took to his official Instagram account on Thursday afternoon to address Malie Donn directly. His video post, saturated with unsavoury remarks, was accompanied by a stern warning, signalling a potential confrontation. The caption read,
“Mr Wull Dun AN Tek @malie_music Run 🏃♀️ Up Nuh… Yuh A Chat Inna Song… Make Me See If Yuh BAD INNA REAL LIFE [ RAPER BWOY ] 🔫 🔫”
This move has polarized segments of the dancehall community, with some anticipating a showdown while others advocate for a more positive discourse.
The tension between the two artists has raised questions about the role of rivalry and controversy in the dancehall genre. As the situation unfolds, it remains to be seen whether this exchange will escalate further or if the entertainers will find a way to resolve their differences outside of social media.
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