Dancehall artiste Rygin King seems to believe that Vybz Kartel is sidestepping the collaboration he wanted them to do. The Therapy singer shared information during a live stream, revealing that the incarcerated deejay is interested in teaming up with everyone except him.
While responding to the viewers of his live stream, Rygin King revealed that he had reached out to Vybz Kartel, who is cited as the King of Dancehall, but the deejay showed no sign that he was ready to do the track together.
“Some man feel like dem can style offa mi ting your… Mi nuh know weh Kartel a deal wid, from when mi text Kartel and tell him seh mi ready, mi know weh him a deal wid. Him a deal wid everybody except me caw mussi tru mi seh mi a king,” he said and later dubbed himself “outstanding” and “remarkable.”
He also quoted one of Vybz Kartel’s recent songs, The King & The Prince (featuring Skillibeng), insinuating that the lyrics might be targeted at him. The lines he quoted were, “a wah do him poor ting” and “any other king a mussi drinking and smoking.”
Meanwhile, the Paranoid singer, who has been suffering from paralysis in his legs but has been recovering slowly, told his fans that they should look out for a forthcoming track featuring Valiant. He revealed that he is also sitting on two collaborations with Chronic Law.
Watch the video of Rygin King below: