It seems dancehall artiste Popcaan has gone into defence mode after receiving backlash for comments he made about Usain Bolt’s and Nugent ‘NJ’ Walker’s foray into music.
On his Instagram stories, the Fixtape artiste declared “me done say wet me say and me nuh b___claat sorry” seemingly responding to critics of his previous comments.
The comments in question were made on a social media post Bolt made to promote the track Living The Dream which speaks to ‘country yutes’ becoming successful through hard work and determination.
Popcaan, however, sought to share his thoughts on the effort where he stated “wid all due respect legend, me feel like you fi just help up some youth wid real musical talent! Them dey ya nuff, NJ a me fam but please just give some hungry youth wet actually have talent that platform dey. Happy New Year”.
Despite Popcaan’s comments, many others, including Vybz Kartel, lauded the effort. The imprisoned Kartel replied, “a who dat Usain Boltel” with some fire emojis. Romeich Major of Romeich Entertainment was also among those who gave a positive response to the effort.
Since the official video upload to Youtube, the video has garnered close to one hundred and fifty thousand views on the streaming platform.