Byron Messiah Replies to Teejay’s Interview – See Posts

Tuesday, January 16, 2024, 1:28 PM

It appears that dancehall artist Teejay may have gotten on Byron Messiah’s bad side when he singled him out in his recent Interview with Let’s Be Honest podcast host JaiiFrais. Teejay’s ‘Katt Williams Interview,’ in which he exposed multiple entertainers (including Byron Messiah), seems to have been lacking some crucial information, at least according to claims made by Byron.

The St. Kitts deejay has expressed his desire to share his perspective on the ongoing feud with Teejay, who said their beef was started by Byron. Specifically, he seemingly aims to address an incident mentioned by Teejay during the interview.

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This incident, according to Teejay’s recollection, occurred in the United States when Byron approached him with a stern facial expression. Teejay said that he was going to punch Byron, but Byron’s manager begged for him.

However, the Talibans artiste has made a post on his Instagram Stories saying he wants to enlighten the public about the truth. In the post, he tagged JaiiFrais, requesting an interview, and made a subsequent post that reflected his frustration as he asked God to keep all manner of evil at bay.

“I don’t know why them interfering with me when I seek vengeance and death for my self daily Father God I rebuke them Father God please help me to control this last strain of nerve that I have cause it could be real messy for both parties,” he wrote. “Keep me away from all form of evil that is being dispensed in front of me every second of the clock Pleaseeee Amen.”

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