Byron Messia Apologises to Fans For Saying He Was Not Influenced By Dancehall – Watch Video

After facing backlash for saying that he was not influenced by Jamaican dancehall music, Bryon Messia is now apologising to his fans. The St Kitts dancehall artiste did an interview with BBC Radio 1Xtra and addressed the matter, reassuring his supporters that what he said was never that serious.

Messia explained to the host that he was only being “petty” when he made the previous comments, but he later saw how his fans reacted negatively, one of which said they were pissed off.

“When mi a go through comments still, mi a see comments a seh yow di yout bad but dat just piss me off…so mi a tek di time out now, fawod all di way a London pan Seani B BBC 1Xtra, fi tell di people dem seh a neva dat serious…so mi just apologise fi dat,” he stated.

Watch the video of Bryon Messia below:

Dylan Byron, Messia’s legal name, was born in Jamaica but has lived in St. Kitts & Nevis since he was a little child. Messia also opened up about this during the interview, which stunned the host.

The singer explained to Seani B that the only time he has been to Jamaica was when he visited the island twice and when his biological mother gave birth to him there. He was later adopted and carried to St Kitts. Messia added that while he was born in Jamaica, his intellect was purely a Kittitian.

Watch the video of Bryon Messia below:

In a previous Loop News interview, the artiste explained that, much like the Messiah, he uses music to spread messages by singing about the problems that ghetto youth face.

Check out the song that has been giving Byron Messia a buzz in dancehall below, song title Talibans.

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