Sting returned to its Boxing Day slate on Monday, with popular social media stars and dancehall hopefuls A’mari DJ Mona Lisa and Queen Ladi Gangsta going head-to-head in one of the event’s headlining clashes. Media personality Russhaine Berry caught up with Queenie on the Dutty Berry Show for pre- and post-show interviews, with Queenie sharing her thoughts about the event.
While A’mari was garbed in black, Queenie wore an all-white wedding dress along with a veil and a flower headpiece. During her pre-show interview, the Double Tap artiste revealed that she wore her wedding gown to remind herself of her husband, who could not make it to the event.
When asked how she handles the negativity on social media, Queenie shared that she loves herself and chooses not to dwell on negativity but instead uplifts herself. She also spoke briefly about her ex-producer, Sikka Rhymes, whom she describes as a great writer, but according to Queenie, she did not fit the producer’s criteria. However, Queenie does not view the fallout between her and Rhymes as a negative but as the catalyst for her performance at Sting, as she believes that he pushed A’mari to provoke her.
Prior to the show, the Double Tap artiste expressed that she would prefer not to clash with A’mari at Sting but instead use the platform to showcase her talent. A’mari, on the other hand, did not only come for a lyrical clash but a physical one as well and initiated a fight during the pair’s performance on the show. Queenie went on to perform her popular single One Man To Mi Goodie and proved to be the crowd favourite, walking away with the winning title.
In her post-performance interview, Queenie said that she made the most of her time on stage, expressed that she held no ill will towards A’mari, and sent her love to the entertainer.
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