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Mavado calls Popcaan a "Batty Man Baby' because he has two fathers

Mavado calls Popcaan a "Batty Man Baby' because he has two fathers Featured

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Mavado silences Popcaan with a few neatly placed shots on 'Funeral' ('Batty Man Baby'), with lines like : ah yu say yu born with two daddy, that means yu a batty man baby'. 


The track is easily the best song unleashed during the current Popcaan-Mavado feud where he taunts Popcaan calling him a snitch that betrayed the Gaza Boss.

Mavado deejays on a grimy dancehall beat whipped up by ace producer DJ Frass, that delivers real menace:  

“Pon the Gaza boss you go hide and switch / Think we don’t know say you is a little snitch / Milla 9 done know him can’t save yo / The pu**y marrow on the wall like burger weh stick / kill your batty man friend on the phone weh a flip,” Mavado sings.


Dancehall fans have been praising the latest effort from the We The Best Music Group singjay on social media calling it the best diss song since the Mavado/Popcaan beef started earlier this summer.

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