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Feud between Beenie man and Kartel?
Beenie man and Vybz Kartel
Beenie Man's song "Father God Help Them" has being creating a buzz in the dancehall since its released.
Some people think that the song is directed at Vybz Kartel. In the song Beeine said "Change mi skin colla, that me nah do, you see the freak thing, that me nah do".
Vybz Kartel currently (2010) has the hottest dancehall slangs which are "OH" and "AWOWWW". In the same song Beenie man said "A fight over style weh mi grandma mek Oh Awoww. He also said "Yuh nuh hear nothing yet, before clarks a beat, man a wear Gator crep".
The fued is said to have started with the released of Vybz kartel's "Dancehall Hero" which is also one of the hottest song in dancehall sessions and night clubs right now.
In his song Kartel said that he's the "Big Man" in dancehall and every other artiste want to emulate him. He also said "He's the trendsetter and every style him mek dem want one, dem a call up me name just fi get a forward".
In an interview Beenie's manager Blue said, "Beenie song is not a disrespect song as many are making it out to be, but it is actually "a correction" to an earlier song that Vybz Kartel did on the same rhythm. "It's not really disrespect and him no diss Kartel, ano disrespect,".
Kartel was contacted by local media and he said, "I have heard about it, Never heard it, Not Interested".
When he was asked about the brewing feud with Beenie man he said, "The only thing I have brewing is Street Vybz rum at the factory".
We have posted both songs below, Please listen and let us know what you think?
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