Lady Saw Angry at her Ex-Lover's infidelity and greed
May 19, 2013
The queen of dancehall, Lady Saw, had tongues wagging last weekend with controversial tweets, sent from her Twitter account, speaking about her relationship woes. According to her publicist Kaylia Williams, Lady Saw wants to come clean with her fans.
In a series of tweets, the outspoken deejay vented her anger at her ex-lover, with whom she has been involved for over 14 years. The deejay says she is tired of his alleged infidelity and wants out.
According to Lady Saw, she has tried endlessly to keep the relationship alive, however, she can take the pressure no more.
She also says she wants to be reimbursed for money which she allegedly contributed to the development of his home.
"You ungrateful brute! You need to sell your apartment and pay me back all the money I gave to you to refurbish it and pay your mortgage for all these years," she tweeted.
Saw also said she was happy that she didn't get married to her lover because then he would be entitled to half of her earnings. She also said that he purposely wanted to get married to her in order to get his hands on her wealth.
"You and your new babymom drag my name in the mud and God pick me up and gave me a hit so I can get away from you. And now you want to pull me down again? Even after you get babies on me, my money pay for anything you give them, because I was not selfish - school fee, shoes, clothing? Come on, man!" another tweet said.
Lady Saw also said she has stayed away from Jamaica in recent times because she does not want to be in the same environment as the unnamed man.
THE STAR contacted Lady Saw's public relations representative, Kaylia Williams, about the tweets. She said Lady Saw was merely expressing her feelings to her fans because they have been asking why they haven't been hearing much from her since the success of Heels On. Williams also said Lady Saw will be speaking on the matter when she returned to Jamaica.
Lady Saw is currently in Canada, where she is booked to appear at several events.