Teejay and Fans Respond to Byron Messia’s Latest Statement with More Disrespect

Monday, October 2, 2023, 1:40 PM

Following multiple online statements that have ignited controversy among Jamaican dancehall fans, Byron Messia is back in the hot seat this time around with fellow dancehall artiste Teejay. After the release of Teejay’s rumoured diss track aimed at Byron Messia, the Kittian deejay has reacted to the song on social media, with Teejay quickly issuing a response.

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The source of the artistes’ feud remains unknown but was brought to the forefront after a screenshot said to have been taken from Byron Messia’s close friends’ Instagram Stories began circulating online. Dissing both Teejay and the organisers of the Reggae Sumfest music festival, Byron Messia allegedly wrote, “2 ppl me want fe go s*ck dem mada this weekend Sum fest & Teejay.”

Teejay subsequently released the diss track Warning, during which he noted that he would not address anything via social media. Following the release of the single on Saturday, Byron Messia issued what many deemed a response to Teejay on Sunday via his Instagram Stories.

Styling his adversary as a child, the Talibans deejay threatened to get his belt to discipline his unnamed foe. “Me no war with kids a child abuse dat. Sell some records son. A better me send fe me belt,” Byron Messia wrote.

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As Byron Messia’s post began circulating, Teejay took to the comment section of a repost of the deejay’s statement, sharing seven pig emojis alongside three x’s.

Following Byron Messia’s post, the artiste has been facing criticism from viewers who have advised the entertainer to make the feud a lyrical one and focus on creating a new hit, as he only had Talibans.

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