Once again, the war between Jada Kingdom and Stefflon Don has been declared to be over by the Budum artiste herself. The announcement came after Stefflon Don returned with a counteraction to Jada’s second diss song, STEFF LAZARUS, which had ruffled the feathers of Stefflon Don’s family.
The song, #DeadGyalTalking, is what some describe as an improvement, saying that, unlike her previous diss track, it stands tall and challenges Jada. However, while Jada shared the sentiment that the song was indeed a good track, it was not strong enough to warrant a response.
Jada went live discussing the “lukewarm” track and why it would be “dumb” for her to drop another counteraction. Jada, who was dancing and lip-syncing the song on the live stream, commended Stefflon Don for the track’s intro.
“I like the song, it’s a good song, but it doesn’t have me amped up…It’s too weak for a comeback… This song even have more vibe than the last song she did,” Jada said.
Jada also expressed that she knew that Stefflon Don felt pressured by her family and team to respond to her last diss track, given that she has a bigger career. However, despite having written another song that she was waiting to release, Jada reiterated that she would be moving on, and she seemingly did so by vibing to the diss track Stefflon Don released without previewing a diss track or new lyrics of her own.
Watch the video of Jada Kingdom below:
Meanwhile, people were eagerly begging Jada to drop her third diss track in the comments. One person expressed, “It’s a good song fi real but me want a better one from u chro r**s.” There was also a viewer who stated that those who disliked the song were “bias,” and as some persons declared her the winner, Jada started to laugh and troll.
Interestingly, the London-based dancehall artiste was also tuned into the livestream and she fired back at Jada by calling her a “battry dolly.”