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DJ Face clobbered Queen Paula and Lisa Hype at The Settlement Featured

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DJ Face ambushed Queen Paula and Lisa Hype at The Settlement this morning in a clash that was thoroughly enjoyed by a fair-sized crowd that had braved the State of Emergency atmosphere to enjoy a dancehall show.


Coming on right after a good performance from Idonia after 5 a.m., Face sent a clear warning that she was primed and ready to take on all-comers. She sang:

Ah war mi say tonight, ah war mi say tonight
Shub out the casket, shub out the casket
Wah yu a wait pon Brite Lite
Any gal feel say she bad, step up inna mi sight

After she deejayed that verse, Queen Paula hit the stage and deejayed a song but got a lukewarm response. Then Lisa Hyper, sensing an opportunity to avenge an earlier defeat, went onstage deejaying an old song, and got a small forward. Then Face went after her with a series of hard-hitting lines:

Lisa, ah cocky alone inna mi pum pum space
To how it fat, mi need a pum pum brace
Mi no waan know how pum pum taste
Lisa nyam it so much, she have pum pum face

And then she deejayed another song which ended with the line, "Lisa, stop tek fuck inna yu batty'.

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