The war is on, a lyrical war that is, after Byron Messia responds to Teejay’s Warning track with a diss song of his own titled Collision that was released Monday afternoon.
A day ago, Byron stated that he was not about to be entangled in a lyrical war with Teejay, however, it would appear that his mind changed less than a day after making the statement, because since then a song was seemingly voiced and now released.
A day ago Byron stated, “Me no war with kids a child abuse dat. Sell some records son. A better me send fe me belt,” in reaction to Teejay’s diss song aimed at him and the Talibans.
In Collision, Messia pointed out that Teejay is his “son”, however, he still outlined that he is prepared to shoot up the car that the Uptop Boss and his friends have been drifting, “bay Talibans wi nuh ball like bitch shoot up di car while the p*ssy dem a drift.”
At this moment it’s unclear what started the feud between the two and how long it will last. With that said, many dancehall fans are eager to hear Teejay’s response and what will Byron follow up with if the war continues.
Listen to the disrespectful song below:
Since the release of Collision, many fans have had a lot to say, see some of the comments below:
Listen to Teejay’s earlier Warning below: