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D'Angel says that Spice black skin is like rubber

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Dancehall star D'Angel uploaded a video addressing the speculation around the origins of her 'No Worries' collaboration with Spice, directly addressing  comments made by Spice on social media a few days ago.  She started off the video in a spiritual manner, singing 'dirty Satan yu can't prevail', then sprinkled rum, 'spun her roll' as she sought to 'cut and clear the crosses' out of her life.  

"You (Spice) and mi sister, bear mi witness, Jackie always in touch, you keep telling mi sister that you want to do a song with me. Mi say Father God, mi never ready fi no song with you yet. When me see the upsurge in tear down with female artistes in the business. Mi say a time now, same time Zum send me the riddim, and dem label  you as one that don't collaborate with nobody and don't give woman strength, mi say now Jackie is the time. She  gimme your number...mi call yu ..ah time now to do collaboration, and you never hesitate," D'Angel related. 


D'Angel revealed that the 'No Worries' song was written by Rohan 'Jah Snowcone' Fuller. 


"Mi call Snowcone and say mi need something Billboard-worthy, Snowcone write the song, mi call yu lady, and mi never did a call-call yu phone neither. We link up two days after, and she greet me with love, mi greet her with love, mi never mek what she do mi affect this cause mi a do it fi the music and the unity, mi never mek it affect the collaboration. We rip it up, the song become a number one song all over the world and inna the people dem heart, people, mi promote the song with all mi heart, mi run with the song, it reach where it de. Mi thank you for the collaboration but lady, mi no owe yu nothing," she said. 


She spoke about Spice's 'God complex'.


"Yu no worthy to be praised, one man to be praised, one man mi praise, ah the most high, mi no praise human being. If yu did have no worries, when dem invite yu fi sing fi Parliament and government, dem woulden lock off the mike pon you," she said. 


D'Angel labelled Spice a "hypocrite", ridiculing Spice's 'Black Hypocrisy' single, and even intimated that Spice had bleached her skin for years.


"Which woman yu a empower? Yu a di quickest woman to tear down a next woman inna dancehall, outta dancehall, anywhere at all. How mi a go come ah yu Woman Empowerment All come support yu? Eh? That means that along yu a hypocrite, and hate me. Why yu invite me there if yu know yu hate me and ignorant fi me? Mi come because mi nah show no grudge, Ms. Hypocrite. Who ah the true definition of hyprocrisy? Hypocrite! Yu a come talk bout Black Hypocrisy? Yu like yourself? Do you like your skin colour?  No you don't.. If you don't love yourself, you can't love others, yu bleach for years and it caan come 'cause yu skin thick like a rubber. Through mi brown  and God bless mi  and mi natural, and mi proud of miself and mi don't do nothing to mi body. Ms. Botched Body, yu nu love nobody, yu nu like yourself," D'Angel said. 


D'Angel also addressed the matter of 'reputation', alluding to her relationships with Bounty Killer and Beenie Man. 


"At least the whole world know bout my two man dem, mi proud, mi mek history inna dancehall. Anno me dem tek outta go go club and yu inna artiste, cut and clear," she said.  


Over a week ago, the “So Mi Like It” deejay, via her Instagram Live Q&A with her fans, lambasted Beenie Man’s ex-wife D’Angel, with whom she did a collaboration with last year titled “No Worries.” Spice suggested that D'Angel literally stalked her to get the song done, but soon after the song was released, she never heard from her again.


“D’Angel called down me phone, she wan do collaboration and thing, remember unu know say nothing never did a gwan for Angel,” Spice said as her dancers looks on. “A no lie me a tell, nothing never did a gwan for Angel until me give her the song No Worries.”


Spice was equally upset that D’Angel allowed her stylist to disrespect her on social media recently in a separate feud with a member of Team Spice. The So Mi Like It deejay has had a history of run-ins with Beenie Man as a member of the deejay's entourage boxed her in the face years ago. Last year, Spice and Beenie Man squared off on social media over who is the current king and queen of dancehall.


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