Usain Bolt and his manager friend Nugent ‘NJ’ Walker released a music video for their song titled “Living the Dream” a couple of days ago and it has been getting both positive and negative comments.
It’s uplifting song with a positive message about working hard to achieve one’s goals in life.
The video is currently the 17th most streamed content on youtube in Jamaica and while some people see the motivational message of the release, one Jamaican, in particular, was not pleased with the production.
This unhappy yardy was Popcaan and as usual he is not afraid to talk his mind online.
Despite being friends with both Usain and NJ, Popcaan believes that the Sprint legend should spend his time helping youths who has real musical talent.
He wrote “Wid all due respect legend, me feel like you fi just help up some youth wid real musical talent! Them deyya nuff”.
Poppy went on to explain himself further stating “NJ a mi fam, but please just give some hungry youth wey actually have the talent tha platform deh”.
With regards to helping young talents, Popcaan is most known to be the man behind Quada’s success in the music and while he gave a helping hand to others their talent seemingly weren’t good enough to get them the big break.
Watch the music video for “Living the Dream” below.