Despite stating in a recent television interview that he will not engage nemesis Blak Ryno in a lyrical showdown it appears that former Portmore Empire deejay Popcaan has rescinded on his word.
This comes after the two were involved in a physical altercation at the 2012 staging of Sting which resulted in Ryno being pushed off stage.
Over the weekend a pair of tracks titled 'Killa From Mi Born' and 'Dem A Dead' produced on the Milla 9 imprint were premiered by the two in which they could be heard hurling insults at each other. Checks with a source close to the project confirmed the songs were indeed aimed at both men.
Ironically, further observation of Popcaan's song 'Killa From Mi Born' revealed a somewhat subliminal diss, many found shocking and are speculating is directed at Rastafarian crooner Chronixx due in part to utterances he made in the now popular 'Odd Ras' song with the lines, "mi nah sing bout nuh party buck and mi nuh show mi underpants fi buss."
During the introduction on the MP40 Rhythm, Popcaan deejays, "Notnice last time mi check 'Courage' mean brave__ yow miller chu some p***y hear man seh di party buck dem tink seh we party nuff___ not even Selassie or Jesus cyah save dem when di bl**dcl**t 40 buss___ bwoy drop pon di grung and cyah git up"
Meanwhile, coming to the aid of Chronixx on Monday morning a popular radio jock verbally scolded Popcaan for the alleged attack on the Rastafarian singer stating that the comments was never intended for him but was merely a general statement base on current social trends in Jamaica.