Rising dancehall artiste Bayka whose real name is Ronaldo Romario Billings returns in an interview to clear the air on what took place at reggae Sumfest 2023, his recent rise in dancehall, attending Ardenne High School, Getting 14 subjects and a lot more.
Billings who was born on April 20, 2020, also talks about his breakout hit song Mobster and some not-so-good endeavours in the past, as a child, like returning home at 3 AM at times.
While talking about what took place at Sumfest to Jaii Frais on the Let’s Be Honest Podcast, Bayka explains that he was just trying his best to put on a good performance in a manner he thinks he should. According to Bayka, he did not recall “Floyd” telling him to cut off on the bad words in his performance.
Bayka went on to highlight that several persons associated with Sumfest told him to perform how he wants to with the bad words, hence when he was on stage he had that in mind and was not trying to be disrespectful to the police or the show in general.
Billings also talked about his controversial song with RajahWild titled Hell Will Raise.
Watch the full interview below: