Following her much-publicised feud with British rapper Stefflon Don, Jada Kingdom’s diss track, London Bed, which was aimed at the artiste, has been removed from YouTube.
The pair’s online feud was first ignited after Stefflon previewed Dat A Dat on the Dutty Money riddim, which many believed took subliminal shots at Jada. After the 16 Shots artiste redid the song to directly call out Jada, a back and forth on social media ensued, along with the release of multiple diss tracks.
Jada’s first tease of a response to Stefflon failed to meet the expectations of eager dancehall fans. However, after noting that the first track was to test the waters, the Which Gyal singer went on to release London Bed.
The diss track made quite a stir on social media, with the single sparking reactions from both Jamaicans and fans abroad. London Bed was released on YouTube on January 9 and quickly began trending on the platform as it racked up impressive views.
But on Friday, Jada shared that the single had been removed from YouTube. According to Jada, she woke up to find that the song had been removed from her channel.
Despite the unexpected misfortune, Jada laughed off the situation while sharing the news on her Instagram Stories. She said the song had reached 2 million views and expressed that people were really mad.
In a subsequent post, Jada added that she was ready to be annoying and encouraged her fans to use the single on TikTok. She also instructed her fans to tag Stefflon in posts made with the song.
While some social media users placed blame on Stefflon and threatened to report her diss tracks on YouTube, others criticised Jada for not following proper clearance protocol.
“Leave the woman alone! Learn proper business ethics.. while y’all was down Steff throat about not putting out the songs on time.. she was busy making sure her side of business is handle!..See how long it took her to put out intergalactic?” one viewer stated.
London Bed featured a sample of Byron Messia and Burna Boy’s single Talibans II, and some had speculated that the track had quickly been cleared. However, attempts to view the video reveal that it was removed due to a copyright claim by Warner Music Group.
Burna Boy is currently signed to Atlantic Records and Warner Music.