The controversy between reggae artistes Derrick Morgan and Queen Ifrica has brought to light a song by Morgan that has resurfaced, capturing the attention and speculation of fans and critics alike.
The reggae community was taken aback when Queen Ifrica revealed that she was molested by her father, Derrick Morgan, and her song, “Daddy Don’t Touch Me There,” was inspired by the experience.
Read more about Queen Ifrica’s revelation below:
In response to Ifrica’s revelation, her brother Courtney Morgan rebuked her comments, saying she was lying and making things up. Derrick Morgan and his legal team, who maintained Morgan’s innocence, have sought to take legal action against her.
Read More on Courtney Morgan’s Response below:
The turn of events has led to a resurfacing of one of Derrick Morgan’s songs.
The song “Don’t Call Me Daddy,” contains lyrics that have captivated the imagination of those aware of the controversy.
The lyrics go: “Don’t call me daddy, Don’t call me daddy. How can a man who has natty natty hair a Chinese baby come to call him daddy.” The song continues with Morgan vehemently declaring that he is not the father of the child in question.
Listen to Derrick Morgan’s Don’t Call Me Daddy below:
Notably in a recent interview with Teach Dem, Derrick Morgan listed his many kids, “Queen ifrica is one of ma friend,” he said before correcting himself and outlining that she is one of his daughters.
A comment was made online that this interview might have triggered Ifrica’s revelations for no child would like to be mistaken in such a manner.