Popcaan and Squash Dissing Each Other Online
A feud of words seems to be brewing between dancehall artistes Popcaan and Squash after a voice note circulating on social media, with what appears to be the voice of Popcaan disrespecting his dancehall counterpart, was heard.
In the voice note, Popcaan seemed to be talking about a dance move he was doing. An unidentified man then asked Popcaan what the name of the dance was. The “Ova Dweet” singer responded and said, “Feet.” Furthermore, he said that some men were trying to steal his style and call it “Foot.” He then mentioned dancehall artiste Squash as the culprit and, in the process, labelled him a homosexual.
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In response to the voice vote, the “Foot” singer Squash took to his Instagram account to leave a message for the Unruly Boss. In his story, Squash wrote, “A joke ting diss [rolling on floor laughing emoji] kmt me not even medz deh likkle s**k wood ediot boy deh song dem [face with rolling eyes emoji] much-less have yiy fi see em.”
The 6IX Boss continued, “tell deh likkle sadomite deh fi know em self kaah me and em a nuh the same me a badman in a real life.” The singer ended his post with “Chip Glock now dem afraid yf [rolling on floor laughing emoji] [face with tears of joy emoji].”
Popcaan has seemingly responded to Squash’s comments with more diss words, saying, “ANYTHING UNRULY SAY WE DEFEND THAT!!! SUCK YUH MUMA!!”
Popcaan, whose real name is Andre Sutherland, was born on July 19, 1988, in the parish of St Thomas. He was a part of the Vybz Kartel-led Portmore Empire (Gaza) and released his international breakthrough hit, Clarks, with Kartel in 2010.
Popcaan is known for songs such as “Only Man She Want,” “Ova Dweet,” “Win,” “Family,” and “El Chapo,” among others.
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Squash’s real name is Andre Whittaker. He was born in Montego Bay, St James, on August 04, 1992. Squash released his first single, “Getting Da Cheddar,” in 2016. The singjay is known for songs such as “Trending,” “Foot,” “Ambala,” and “Sweepstakes Life,” among others.