It appears Dancehall superstar Aidonia has left a lot of North American fans pondering following a recent interview with a popular U.S radio station.
The 'Trigger Work It' singer who recently completed the first leg of his U.S tour had made a stop at a popular radio station in Florida to update fans on his latest musical endeavours. However moments into the interview the host decided to ask the entertainer about his thoughts on the state of Dancehall in Jamaica and if the genre was moving in a positive direction.
876ENT understands that after fielding numerous other questions including__ what life is like now being a married man? the interviewer proceeded to ask the 4th Gennaz boss about his thoughts on newcomer Alkaline, at which point Aidonia went silent and abruptly ended the interview before exiting the station moments later into a waiting motorcar.
The seemingly surprised interviewer subsequently apologized but the artiste had already left the building and had no interest in returning. Based on what transpired it's evident Aidonia is not a fan of the anal wash deejay and was not interesting in discussing the matter.
Efforts by 876ENT to get a comment from Aidonia regarding the matter proved futile.
Locally, On Tuesday Aidonia release the full version for the Foota Hype Music (FHM) produced 'Fat .40' a song allegedly aimed at the Gully Gad Mavado, since the release social media has been abuzz with activity as fans await the outcome of this brewing feud.
We have embedded a copy of the song below for your listening: WARNING: CONTENT CONTAINS COURSE LANGUAGE