Sean Paul reacts to the Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom drama
Jamaican music icon, Sean Paul has stepped in to mediate the ongoing social media feud between Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom concerning Nigerian musician, Burna Boy.
The dispute ignited when Stefflon Don released the song "Dat A Dat," claiming an anonymous woman was involved with her partner, Burna Boy, leading to a back-and-forth on social media.
Sean Paul, addressing the situation on his Instagram on Wednesday, January 10, 2024, urged both Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom to set a better example and contribute positively to Jamaica's reputation.
In Jamaican patois, he emphasized the need for them to lead morally for the sake of family, culture, and younger generations.
He stated, “Lead the way morally 4 the fam. Men get heated. How can we calm down if yall doing dat 2?“ “2 beautiful black women. Live beta. Set a beta example pls. 4 the culture mah beg uno. 4 the kids. 4 the younger females. @stefflondon @jadakingdom done talk.”
Stefflon Don responded, downplaying the seriousness of the feud, stating, “It’s not that serious.” Trust me. “Just some fun.”
Sean Paul continued to encourage a better example for the culture, emphasizing the influence they have on younger females.
This intervention by Sean Paul adds a voice of reason to the social media clash, highlighting the importance of responsible behavior and positive role modeling.