Fully Bad says Popcaan Pays Kartel $3mil monthly in Extortion “Nuh Unruly”

January 9, 2021

St. Andrew dancehall artiste Fully Bad is straight out attacking the unruly camp after a falling out a couple of days ago online. After calling Popcaan a “fish” Fully Bad returns with more insults aimed at the Unruly Boss in an effort to show dancehall fans that he is no joker in the music business.

Earlier Popcaan made claims about giving fully bad his name at Unruly Clash, “Youth know yo likkle bleech out self, member a me give you the name fullybad a unruly clash, a me first start give you energy,”.

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He went on “don’t bright yo bom$oclaat self wid me, don’t tag me ina unu likkle kids thing” Popcaan texted Fully Bad however the ‘Bad” artiste has since come forward and dismiss such claims in an interview about Popcaan giving him his name.

A member of Popcaan’s squad initially referred to the young entertainer as a homosexual in a live Instagram recently. The live was being done by Quada, which saw Petro Unruly popping up in the comments and controversially stating that “Fullybad a Battyman from up suh”.

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It is somewhat unclear if there was any prior contention between the entertainers that caused the disrespectful comment but what is known is that Fullybad was a part of Popcaan’s unruly clash a few years a back which resulted in Quada being signed to the record label.

In a quick response to the comment made by Petro Unruly Fullybad replied: ” A yuh boss a fish, none a unu nuh unruly”.

Now in a new release called “Nuh Unruly”, according to Fully Bad, no man can extort him, he went further to detail that Popcaan currently is paying Vybz Kartel “Poppy affi run 3 million pan worl boss every month”.

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Listen to Fully Bad’s grimy response to Popcaan below.

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