Intence Launch Vybz Kartel and JahShiiIn Diss Monitor “Correction”

Dancehall star Intence is elevating some eyebrows along with his new track “Correction,” wherein he seemingly takes pictures at Vybz Kartel, Jahshii, and Kartel’s right-hand man Sikka Rymes.

Intence shouldn’t be new to controversies and beefs. Actually, his profession is constructed on controversies, so it’s no shock he’s stirring issues up after unleashing his new monitor on the airwaves. The Jett Life deejay began the Futuristic Music and Crash Dummy Productions-produced track saying he doesn’t should name any names, leaving followers to invest from his rhymes.

Whereas Vybz Kartel seems to be his major goal within the track, Intence injected a fast line about an artist who shot themself. “Dah one deh dangerous fi shot himself,” he deejay. Followers have been fast to level out that JahShii admitted in an interview with Anthony Miller of Leisure Report final yr that he as soon as shot himself. The interview went viral for that, amongst different causes.

Intence seemingly emphasised this line aimed towards Vybz Kartel, who’s at the moment incarcerated. “No boy cant gimme chat weh nah f*** suh uno construct,” he deejays. The dancehall artist once more took extra pictures on the Worl’Boss within the punchline the place he sings, “Snort after dem, ha ha ha ha haa, a nuh me make uno naa get nuh pun na na naa.”

Nonetheless, it is likely to be a stretch to single out Vybz Kartel as the first goal in these traces because the former Portmore Empire deejay is at the moment engaged to his girlfriend of seven years, Sidem Öztürk. She has been visiting him on the Horizon Grownup Remand Middle, the place he’s housed, so maybe he’s additionally getting “conjugal” visits. After all, in Intence eyes, he’s not getting any “pun na na naa.”

One explicit line is a transparent shot at Kartel’s right-hand man, Sikka Rymes, who was shot 3 times in December 2019 in St. Andrew. “Dem couldn’t mad fi dangerous mi up, dem by no means dangerous a Liguanea,” Intence deejays, seemingly alluding to when the artist was shot in the identical location.

Intence additionally launched the track with an accompanying music video directed by Jerro Will. Followers have additionally been reacting to the diss document, with most praising the “New Gear” deejay for the trouble.

“To be sincere intence move easy and clear each track intence drop it have a special move this artist actually a lyrical machine,” one fan wrote whereas one other added, “To diss Vybz Kartel and JahShii in the identical track a no regular badness man say something a something mi just like the vibes for dancehall however Jashii a coward him nah go reply and Sikka no prepared for this stage of lyrical warfare.”

“Intence hit the goal straight with this one am bumping it for the remainder of the yr dem man higher retire,” one other fan wrote.

Take heed to the track “Correction” under.

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