The bad blood between dancehall artiste Teejay and St. Kitts deejay Byron Messia is getting worse as they go toe to toe with each other with diss tracks and attempts to show the world who’s a fan of who. It was only hours ago that the Talibans hitmaker dropped a track detailing how he would murder the Drift artiste and his friends.
The diss track, entitled Collision, follows on the heels of Teejay’s diss song, Warning, officially launching a lyrical battle between the two. The feud took a new turn when Teejay reacted to Collision with receipts to show everyone that Byron was once a fan.
In an Instagram post that has since been deleted, Teejay revealed messages sent by Byron that date back to 2018. The message praised Teejay for his musical talents and voiced a desire to do a collaboration, which apparently never happened.
“Mi just love the energy and the vybz u bring with u songs,” Byron said after expressing that he wanted to team up with the Uptop Boss.
The post was accompanied by a note from Teejay, telling Byron, “s**k yo mumma p**sy piggy cah style mi.” He added that Byron is badmind and called him a “sell out.”
Byron reacted to the post by dropping receipts of his own to prove that Teejay was also once a fan. The deejay posted and deleted a video of Teejay singing Talibans and praising him as a “bad artiste.”
Watch the video of Teejay below: